Patient Engagement Best Practices Toolkit
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In every medical practice, there are patients who are concerned with more than just their own health and well being; they care about others, as well. Patients who serve on advisory councils give input on how to improve healthcare processes for all patients.
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Review the resources to find the answers to the questions. Then, go to your Notebook and complete the activity.
Stop 8: Patient Advisory Councils
What Are Patient Advisory Councils?
How to Be an Effective Patient and Family Advisor: Guide to Partnering with Your Clinic
This tool is for use with patients to inform them of what it means to serve as an advisor in your clinic.
Patient Engagement in Redesigning Care Toolkit
This resource consists of two toolkits that can be customized for your clinic. Note: You must register (for free) to access these toolkits.
Key Steps for Creating Patient and Family Advisory Councils (PFACs)
This resource outlines the steps for creating and facilitating family advisory councils. It has an example of a compact with roles, responsibilities, and discussion questions.
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