A Must - Read for Healthcare Professionals
An Essential Guide for Meeting Governmental Regulatory Mandates
Patient Centricity is a healthcare worker training tool. This training guide provides information to successfully meet the essential psychosocial and mental health needs of the universal patient and healthcare professional.
All healthcare organizations worldwide are required to address psychosocial and mental health issues on a perpetual basis. Patient Centricity provides education on how to successfully achieve desired performance levels and to remain in compliance with established governmental regulatory standards of practice.
Patient Centricity was purposely developed as a teaching tool in response to governmental regulatory requirements and a myriad of survey findings demanding the continuous need to improve the overall quality of care throughout the global healthcare delivery system. The World Health Organization supports the need to devise strategies to preserve the psychosocial and mental wellbeing of both patients and frontline healthcare workers, especially during periods of personal strife and social unrest, i.e., a life-limiting prognosis, a debilitating injury, and life-changing global pandemic.
Research has proven that the demands to address psychosocial and mental health issues within healthcare can be met successfully through the establishment of quality patient-centric treatment plans. Patient Centricity has been developed for the purpose of providing healthcare professionals and management teams the essential means to create results-driven, patient-centric approaches and to mitigate the level of trauma within a care delivery environment.
This training guide will benefit professionals across the spectrum of the healthcare field.
The targeted audience of this healthcare staff training guide includes:
- Nurses and Physicians
- Social Workers and Therapists
- Directors of Staff Development and Healthcare Educators
- Allied Healthcare Service Delivery Professionals
Teaching Tool Content:
The course curriculum is founded on evidence-based literary research and the findings of a completed
twenty-plus year qualitative research study.
Overarching Learning Objectives:
- Achieve an elevated level of understanding of the universal patient experience from the shared
perspectives of patients, family members, and fellow healthcare professionals
- Learn strategies to successfully satisfy universal regulatory standards of care while
increasing overall patient satisfaction levels
- Learn methods of improving the culture of care within your established care-delivery system
- Learn how to create patient-centric plans of care resulting in enhanced patient outcomes