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This online library aims to help users find a variety of annotated resources about patient engagement to help them launch patient-centered efforts, enhance existing programs or identify where more work is needed. To suggest an item to be included, contact Taylor Cusher of FasterCures here.


Identifying and Delivering the Essential Elements of Patient-Centered Cancer Care

Livestrong Foundation

Seven building blocks and 23 elements of patient-centered cancer care are presented as an outcome of research from 150 sources...


Healthcare delivery Patient organizations

Harnessing Evidence and Experience to Change Culture: A Guiding Framework for Patient and Family Engaged Care

National Academy of Medicine

The National Academy of Medicine's Leadership Consortium convened a Scientific Advisory Panel to create this discussion paper on care delivered...


Healthcare delivery

Integrating the Patient Perspective into the Development of Value Frameworks

FasterCures

This report resulted from Avalere and FasterCures’ workshop in 2015 that discussed the growing trend of creating value frameworks and...


Value and coverage Healthcare delivery Patient organizations

Value Framework Get-Ready Checklist for Patient Organizations

National Health Council

This checklist educates and prepares patient organizations to engage in the conversation about value and the development of value frameworks.


Value and coverage Healthcare delivery Patient organizations

Meaningful Consumer Engagement: A Toolkit for Plans, Provider Groups, and Communities

Community Catalyst

This toolkit includes resources on making consumer engagement a top priority in order to foster an atmosphere of collaboration and...


Healthcare delivery

Roadmap Guides Patient and Family Engagement in Healthcare

American Institutes for Research

The roadmap highlights opportunities to improve the healthcare system by creating partnerships with patients and families to advance these efforts...


Healthcare delivery