Transforming Healthcare to Involve the Public: A UK Perspective.
“Innovation in healthcare has traditionally focused on new technologies, new drugs. Now it needs to be about patient-centred systems.”
The UK’s Laura Bunt, policy advisor with the National Endowment for Science Technology and the Arts (NESTA), reports on Britain’s efforts to share decision-making and responsibilities for health and healthcare with the public, but says a truly patient-centred system remains a far reality there. Bunt was a speaker at the 3rd annual Change Foundation exchange, Meeting of the Minds 2010: Rethinking Health Services with Patients Top of Mind.
- 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
- A Patient-Centred System: Framing the Picture
- Directions for the Saskatchewan Health System
- 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