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Healthcare as partnership is Participatory Medicine: SPM survey results

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Polls show overwhelming evidence that patients WANT to be involved in their medical records and health data, so they can partner with their clinicians for better health. Survey results from Society for Participatory Medicine 2014 and 2015 surveys.

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Healthcare as partnership is Participatory Medicine: SPM survey results

  1. 1. Survey results, 2014 and 2015: Patients want to be involved with their health information … to partner with their health care professionals for better health. ParticipatoryMedicine.org
  2. 2. In healthcare today, patient experience and satisfaction are increasingly important. What DO patients want?? What do they think about their personal health information?
  3. 3. http://participatorymedicine.org Participatory Medicine is a cooperative model of health care that encourages and expects active involvement by all connected parties (patients, caregivers, healthcare professionals, etc.) as integral to the full continuum of care. The “participatory” concept may also be applied to fitness, nutrition, mental health, end- of-life care, and all issues broadly related to an individual’s health. Society for Participatory Medicine Community Advocacy Research Education
  4. 4. http://participatorymedicine.org Participatory Medicine is a cooperative model of health care that encourages and expects active involvement by all connected parties (patients, caregivers, healthcare professionals, etc.) as integral to the full continuum of care. The “participatory” concept may also be applied to fitness, nutrition, mental health, end- of-life care, and all issues broadly related to an individual’s health. Society for Participatory Medicine Community Advocacy Research Education
  5. 5. In 2014, the Society for Participatory Medicine asked. Do patients, or don’t they, want to share ownership of their medical data with clinicians?
  6. 6. The results made it to the Jumbotron in Times Square: “Americans believe their medical data should be shared with their providers”
  7. 7. The results made it to the Jumbotron in Times Square: “Americans believe their medical data should be shared with their providers”
  8. 8. In 2015 we asked: Do you believe that working with your healthcare professional AS A PARTNER will help you manage and improve your overall health?
  9. 9. We asked: Do you believe tracking your own health data [BP, heart rate, glucose, physical activity…] with an accurate monitoring device and sharing it with your health care professional BETWEEN visits would help you better manage your health?
  10. 10. We asked: Do you believe that being able to easily and accurately monitor your body is important to YOU, your PROVIDERS, or BOTH?
  11. 11. 77% said “both of us”
  12. 12. We asked: If it were clinically accurate AND EASY TO USE, would you use a personal monitoring device that provides tracking of blood pressure, heart rate, respiratory rate, glucose, physical activity and other key assessments?
  13. 13. Yes.
  14. 14. Would you be more likely to use a personal monitoring device if your health care professional recommended it?
  15. 15. Bigger yes.
  16. 16. In short: “People want to collaborate with their doctors and co-produce their clinical data”
  17. 17. The evidence shows: It’s what people want.

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