Scanning the Headlines: Patient Centeredness (Archive 2005)


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Parrington, M., and others.  Go the distance.  Marketing Health Services (MHS).   25(4):20-24, Winter 2005.

DeVries, K.  Make your choice.  Marketing Health Services (MHS).   25(3):21-24, Fall 2005.

Goldstein, E., and others.  Measuring hospital care from the patients' perspective:  an overview of the CAHPS ® hospital survey development process.  Health Services Research.  40(6):1977-1995, Part II, Dec. 2005.

Castle, N., and others.  Review of the literature on survey instruments used to collect data on hospital patients' perceptions of care.  Health Services Research.   40(6):1996-2017, Part II, Dec. 2005.

Shoshanna, S., and others.  What do consumers want to know about the quality of care in hospitals.  Health Services Research.   40(6):2018-2036, Part II, Dec. 2005.

Dear chief executive officer:  the perceptions of a recently discharged patient.  Quality Managment in Health Care.  14(4):219-223, Oct./Dec. 2005.

Fine, D.  Commentary:  a chief executive officer's perspective.  Quality Managment in Health Care.  14(4):224, Oct./Dec. 2005.

Helman, R.  2005 Health confidence survey:  cost and quality not linked.  EBRI Notes.  26(11):2-10, Nov. 2005.

Transforming care at the bedside:  using a team approach to give nurses--and their patients--new voices in providing high-quality care.  Quality Letter for Healthcare Leaders.  17(11):2-3, Nov. 2005.

Malugani, M.  Because we like you.  HealthLeaders.  8(11):43-44, Nov.2005.

Patient-inclusive care.  Joint Commission Perspectives on Patient Safety.  5(11):1-2, 8, Nov. 2005.

Davis, K., and others.  A 2020 vision of patient-centered primary careJournal of General Internal Medicine. 20(10):953-957, Oct. 2005.

Patient care partnership.  Patient Care Staffing Report.  5(10):1-4, Oct. 2005.

Hibbard, J., and others.  Can patients be part of the solution?  views on their rold in preventing medical errors.  Medical Care Research and Review.  62(5):601-616, Oct. 2005.

Flesh, L., and Riper, J.  Tracking complaints.  Healthcare Executive.   20(5):32-33, Sept./Oct. 2005.

Romano, M.  Survey finds 'delighted' patients.  Modern Healthcare.  35(38):18, Sept. 19, 2005.

Entwistle, V., Mello, M., and Brennan, T.  Advising patients about patient safety:  current initiatives risk shifting responsibility.  Journal on Quality and Patient Safety.  31(9):483-494, Sept. 2005.

Leddy, K., and Wolosin, R.  Patient satisfaction with pain control during hospitalization.  Journal on Quality and Patient Safety.   31(9):507-513, Sept. 2005.

Wolosin, R.  The voice of the patient:  a national, representative study of satisfaction with family physicians.  Quality Management in Health Care.   14(3):155-164, July/Sept. 2005.

Haugh, R.  Direct connect at Dartmouth-Hitchcock.  Health Care's Most Wired Magazine.  4(3):10-14, Summer 2005.

Sommers, P., Dropik, R., and Parker, M.  A kiosk of truth.  MGMA Connexion.  5(7):33-37, Aug. 2005.

Pifer, E.  CPOE-related errors :  what can the literature teach us about designing and using these systems?  Healthcare Informatics.  22(8):24, Aug. 2005.

Haglund, M.  Safety in numbers.  Healthcare Informatics.  22(8):26-29, Aug. 2005.

Jossi, F.  Customer service:  patients find a new age of conveniences in kiosks, portals and carts.  Healthcare Informatics.  22(8):31-33, Aug. 2005.

A "NOD" to patient needs boosts satisfaction rates.  ED Management.  17(8):92-93, Aug. 2005.

Dougherty, R.  Consumer-directed care:  statis or buzz?  Behavioral Healthcare Tommorrow.  14(4):30-32, Aug. 2005.

Hansten, R.  Relationships and results:  solid patient relationships can improve clinical outcomes.  Healthcare Executive.  20(4):34-35, July/Aug. 2005.

Al-Mailam, F.  The effect of nursing care on overall patient satisfaction and its predictive value on return-to-provider behavior: a survey study.  Quality Management in Health Care.  14(2):116-120, Apr./June 2005.

Joint commision monitors complaints.  Joint Commission Perspectives on Patient Safety.  5(6):3, June 2005.

Public attitudes to hospitals, pharmaceuticals and managed care companies improve significantly.  HarrisInteractive.   May 11, 2005.

Crafting an effective apology:  what clinicans need to know.  Joint Commission Perspectives on Patient Safety.  5(4):7, Apr. 2005.

Sherrod, B., and Brown,  Patient satisfaction:  get the edge.  Nursing Management.  36(4):61-64, Apr. 2005.

Haglund, M.  Results that speak for themselves:  COR Healthcare Market Strategist.  5(3):1, 12-16, Mar. 2005.

Landro, L.  So how was your hospital stay?  online surveys seek to find out.  Wall Street Journal.  :D5, Feb. 23, 2005.

Grembowski, D., and others.  Managed care and patient-rated quality of care from primary physicians.  Medical Care Research and Review.  62(1):31-55, Feb. 2005.

Kirby, A.  Achieving statistically significant improvements in patient satisfaction scores in a community hospital through the development of a service excellence model.  Journal of Healthcare Management.  50(1):61-69, Jan./Feb. 2005.

Kaput, S.  Notes and comments:  expanding the scope of fiduciary duties to fill a gap in the law:  the role of nonprofit hospital directors to ensure patient safety.  Journal of Health Law.  38(1):95-119, Winter 2005.

Wagner, E., and others.  Finding common ground:  patient-centeredness and evidence-based chronic illness care.  The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine.  111(1):S-7-S15, Suppl. 1, 2005.

Bezold, C.  The future of patient-centered care:  scenarios, visions, and audacious goals.  The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine.  111(1):S-77-S84, Suppl. 1, 2005.

Brown, R., and Bell, L.  Patient-centered quality improvement audit.  International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance.  18(2 and 3):92-102, 2005.

 

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