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How to Flip Patient Education
 

How to Flip Patient Education

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In education, there is excitement around flipping the classroom where students watch video lessons on their own and then work with teachers one-on-one. Students like it because of the engagement. ...

In education, there is excitement around flipping the classroom where students watch video lessons on their own and then work with teachers one-on-one. Students like it because of the engagement. Teachers like it because it works.

This process can be used to improve patient engagement. This same process can be used to improve patient education and reduce re-admissions.

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    How to Flip Patient Education How to Flip Patient Education Presentation Transcript

    • Why Flip PatientEducation?
    • 50% ofpatients do notunderstand the information they receive while in the hospital.
    • 14% of patients will be re-admittedwithin one month of discharge.
    • 49% will bere-admitted within one year.
    • 75% of these re-admissions could be prevented throughsupplemental patient education.
    • Reducing re-admissions providesa significant opportunity to reduce runaway healthcare costs and impact your hospital’s bottom line
    • In education, there is excitement around flipping the classroom where students watch video lessons on their own and then work with teachers one-on-one. Students like it because of the engagement. Teachers like it because it works.
    • This process can be used to improve patient engagement. Incorporate video and engage patients in a different way.
    • In addition to being ateacher/educator, nursesmust become facilitators to playa key role in their patients’ education and outcomes.
    • Video is a great educational tool but video should be usedas a tool, not a replacement, for teaching.
    • Learn more about how to Flip Patient Educationby downloading our free ebookHow to Flip Patient Education
    • For Information onVideo on Demand Patient Education Visit Our Website.