What's New | April 11, 2012
Recognized by the Institute of Medicine (IOM) as one of the six major domains of quality, patient-centeredness encompasses respect for and responsiveness to the needs, preferences, values, and cultural traditions of the individual patient, in addition to involving patients and families in clinical decisionmaking.
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The featured Innovations describe two programs that delivered patient-centered care to vulnerable populations, thereby improving the patient experience and enhancing access to appropriate care.
The featured QualityTools provide clinicians and other stakeholders with resource guides that support a patient-centered approach to medication management.
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