Patient and Family Engagement to Improve Patient Safety

Dr. Tejal Gandhi, president and CEO of the National Patient Safety Foundation, writes on the intersection between patient experience and patient engagement, and the importance of both to patient safety efforts. Read her column at http://bit.ly/brltkg


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  • commented 2016-03-15 09:28:46 -0400
    NPSF has long recommended that patients have an advocate to go with them to the doctor, pharmacy, hospital. When we say patient engagement, we are very much thinking “patient and family” engagement, with family being any loved ones, friends, or close associates who can help people navigate their health care. See https://npsf.site-ym.com/default.asp?page=patientadvocate
  • commented 2016-03-15 04:01:27 -0400
    thanks for your opnion but iwant ask one question based upon your openion what about all geriatric patient with dimentia and confution , those who cannt engaged or share their experiences how this articale help those type of patient
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