Elevating the Human Experience in Healthcare

Defining Patient Experience

Adopt or adapt our formal definition of patient experience.

Path to Experience Excellence

Access tools to build organizational experience strategy and develop skills of team members.

Benefits of Membership

Join the global community of practice for resources and connections to guide your patient experience journey.

COVID-19 Resources

Resources, connections and updates to support our community in addressing COVID-19.

We are the global community of practice committed to elevating the human experience in healthcare.

Honoring Human Service

In a spirit of appreciation and recognition of the heroic efforts taking place to address the COVID-19 pandemic, the purpose of this site is to share and celebrate human spirit and highlight the extraordinary experiences collected from healthcare providers, caregivers, essential workers and the patients themselves.


The Beryl Institute - Ipsos PX Pulse: Consumer Perspectives on Patient Experience in the U.S.

The Beryl Institute and Ipsos released its findings from the third PX Pulse, a quarterly tracking survey and a first of its kind effort to elevate understanding and track current perspectives on patient experience in healthcare across the United States.

 

Upcoming Events more

4/27/2020 » 9/21/2020
PX2020 Virtual Conference

8/17/2020
Patient Advocacy Connection Call

8/18/2020
Webinar - CAHPS Round-Up 2020

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