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IHI 2017: Patient-centered care is not enough; it’s time to create a partnership of care

Wednesday, December 13, 2017  
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The relationship between physicians and patients has progressed from one that was once paternalistic to the more recent push to put patients at the center of their care. That’s an improvement, but Derek Feeley, president and CEO of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI), said it doesn’t go far enough.

The next step in the evolution of patient care would allow patients to be part of the team when they choose to be or, in some cases, even lead the team. Christensen, Vice President of Experience Innovation at The Beryl Institute shares her perspective on finding joy and meaning in healthcare. 

> Read the full article in Fierce Healthcare

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