eHI webinar 4-25-2012 on chronic conditions

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  • LET PATIENTS HELP
  • .....Now here’s an example of their leading thinking... CLICK
  • .....Now here’s an example of their leading thinking... CLICK
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  • eHI webinar 4-25-2012 on chronic conditions

    1. 1. JAMIA, 1997Participatory Medicine Can Help Improve the Practice of Medicine
    2. 2. “The resourcethat is most often under-utilized – our patients” Charles Safran MD, Beth Israel Deaconess quoting his colleague, Warner Slack MD Testimony to the House Ways & Means subcommittee on health, 2004
    3. 3. Total value of care =
    4. 4. Total value of care = value created by providers (in visits)
    5. 5. Total value of care = value created by providers (in visits) + value created by patients (between visits)
    6. 6. How can we optimizethe patient & family’s contribution?
    7. 7. Compliance(Whose goal is it, anyway?)
    8. 8. Compliance(Whose goal is it, anyway?)
    9. 9. Peter Margolis, Cincinnati Children’s .5 x .5 = .25
    10. 10. Gilbert’s matrix ofperformance improvement(Thomas F. Gilbert, 1927-1995)
    11. 11. Gilbert’s matrix ofperformance improvement(Thomas F. Gilbert, 1922-1995)
    12. 12. Ingredients of an effectiveresponse to a situation:• Does the person know what needs to be done?
    13. 13. Ingredients of an effectiveresponse to a situation:• Does the person know what needs to be done?• Do they know when it needs to be done?
    14. 14. Ingredients of an effectiveresponse to a situation:• Does the person know what needs to be done?• Do they know when it needs to be done?• Do they know how to do it?
    15. 15. Ingredients of an effectiveresponse to a situation:• Does the person know what needs to be done?• Do they know when it needs to be done?• Do they know how to do it?• Do they have the information they need to do it successfully?
    16. 16. Ingredients of an effectiveresponse to a situation:• Does the person know what needs to be done?• Do they know when it needs to be done?• Do they know how to do it?• Do they have the information they need to do it successfully?• Can they tell when it’s complete?
    17. 17. Can wemake iteasyto dothe rightthing?
    18. 18. Can wemake iteasyto dothe rightthing?
    19. 19. Ingredients of an effectiveresponse to a situation:• Does the person know what needs to be done?• Do they know when it needs to be done?• Do they know how to do it?• Do they have the information they need to do it successfully?• Can they tell when it’s complete?
    20. 20. eHealth (data, alarms, processes)can help improve valuewith information, tools, and environment
    21. 21. JAMIA, 1997Let Patients Help.
    22. 22. JAMIA, 1997 Let’s make it EASY for patients to help. Society for Participatory Medicinewww.ParticipatoryMedicine.org / e-patients.netwww.ePatientDave.com dave@epatientdave.com Twitter: @ePatientDave

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