Giving Staff and Patients an Active Role in Improving Care

UNC Hospitals is committed to providing a patient-centered care environment. A team of leaders is charged each year in setting and prioritizing goals for each pillar. The proposed goals are vetted through various integral committees before being presented to the board for final approval. Multidisciplinary Commitment to Caring teams are assigned to evaluate opportunities and develop action plans to help meet the goals that align with the Institute of Medicine's quality aims.

UNC Hospitals is committed to providing a patient-centered care environment. A team of leaders is charged each year in setting and prioritizing goals for each pillar. The proposed goals are vetted through various integral committees before being presented to the board for final approval. Multidisciplinary Commitment to Caring teams are assigned to evaluate opportunities and develop action plans to help meet the goals that align with the Institute of Medicine's quality aims.

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