A Patient-Centred System: Framing the Picture
Patient-centred care is not something that healthcare providers “allow” or “facilitate” but “something much more fundamental: a healthcare system that starts by putting patients and caregivers at the centre and building from there.” In framing the discussion for our 3rd annual invitational exchange, Meeting of the Minds 2010: Rethinking Health Services with Patients Top of Mind, Change Foundation’s CEO Cathy Fooks challenged participants to think about how healthcare (and the metrics we use) in Ontario would change if the system were truly conceived and delivered with patients and their caregivers at the core.
Policy issue(s):Community Engagement in Healthcare, Health System Reform
Category:Presentation speaking notes
Event(s):Meeting of the Minds
- Kariym Joachim on being a family-centred care advisor at SickKids
- Susan Frampton on moving healthcare organizations towards patient-centred care
- Laura Bunt on the future of healthcare reform in England
- Patient-Centred Care: An Introduction
- Top 10 Lessons: Take-Aways From Meeting of the Minds 2010
- Am I Doing This for You, or am I Doing This for Me?
- What Can We Learn From Other Industries and Sectors?
- Learning to be Learner Centred
- Re-Drawing the Picture: What Will it Take?
- Taking Patient-Centered Care to New Heights
- Directions for the Saskatchewan Health System
- Transforming Healthcare to Involve the Public: A UK Perspective.
- Meeting of the Minds 2010: Playback Video
- Meeting of the Minds 2010: Patients Top of Mind
- Experience Design: A Framework for Patient Care
- A Prescription for Patience
- Reflections of a Caregiver and Patient Advocate