Effectiveness of strategies for informing, educating, and involving patients.

  title={Effectiveness of strategies for informing, educating, and involving patients.},
  author={Angela Coulter and Jo Ellins},
  volume={335 7609},
Policymakers increasingly believe that encouraging patients to play a more active role in their health care could improve quality, efficiency, and health outcomes. But critics have dismissed talk about patient engagement and patient centred care as political correctness—a misplaced concern with the “touchy feely” aspects of health care, with no scientific basis and little relevance to the quest for excellence in clinical care. Who is right? To what extent is the planned shift towards greater… CONTINUE READING
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