Patient and Family-Centered Care: A Hospital Self-Assessment Inventory

Strategies for Leadership

This assessment inventory is designed to help hospital and health system leaders, trustees, medical staff and employees think about how a hospital, department, or clinical area operationalizes patient- and family-centered care. It is designed for use with an interdisciplinary team that includes patients and families served by the hospital. 

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