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Learn how your hospital can partner with the Essential Hospitals Institute on new research projects to drive innovation in quality, safety, and care.view more »
In the fourth installment of the Cost of Care Conversations webinar series, learn how to empower and guide patients to talk about health care costs.view more »
In the third installment of the Cost of Care Conversations webinar series, gain practical skills for training providers to discuss the cost of care with vulnerable patients.view more »
Christiana Care Health System, in Wilmington, Del., helps patients and their loved ones cope during chemotherapy through visits to virtual destinations.view more »
Front-line staff engagement, patient empowerment, and collaboration were key themes in our VITAL2018 sessions focused on innovation and adaptation.view more »
With support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Essential Hospitals Institute will research best practices for building patient trust in hospitals that fill a safety-net role.view more »
Helping Healers Heal promotes peer support in the face of adverse patient events among health care providers at essential hospitals.view more »
The two new Beneficiary Engagement and Incentives models test different shared decision-making approaches designed to increase patient engagement.view more »
Agency aims to find quality improvement measures to assess organization health literacy. Will interview organizations that have worked to improve patient health knowledge, health care system navigation, and condition self-management.view more »
Hospitals that perform well in quality programs—despite serving high levels of vulnerable patients—invest in health equity, data, collaborative partnerships, patient engagement, and more.view more »
New journal article notes challenges remain since IOM published report, but also points out progress, including reducing CLABSI rates nationwide.view more »
Bay Area medical school students are flocking to the tech industry to change patient care. A former Bay Area hospitalist also uses technology, and common sense, to rethink primary care.view more »
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AHRQ offers an online toolkit, including accredited webinars and in-person workshops, to help clinicians implement its five-step SHARED approach to working with patients to make ideal care decisions.view more »
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