Patients gain information and skills to improve self-management through innovative tools

Published: December 1, 2010
Category: Bibliography > Reports
Authors: Chase D
Countries: United States
Language: null
Types: Care Management
Settings: Hospital

Quality Matters December 2010/January 2011.

Commonwealth Fund, New York, NY, USA

Health reform strategies such as creating patient-centered medical homes depend on an actively engaged and empowered patient population for success. To be fully engaged, patients must understand their conditions and what is involved in self-care. Researchers, health plans, and providers have been developing innovative assessment and self-management tools to help patients gain information and knowledge needed for effective self-care. Extending these tools to providers and patients nationwide will require considerable staffing resources, potentially different reimbursement policies, and other modifications to meet the needs of diverse populations.

Targeted Program,Practice Patterns Comparison,Resource Use,United States

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