Hospitals Form Patient Advisory Councils to Learn How They Can Improve Care
After a hospital stay, patients may just want to put the experience behind them. The last thing they want to do is come back.
Increasingly, though, they are doing just that—but at the request of the hospital, and in an effort to improve care. They are being recruited for patient and family advisory councils to work on projects and policies along with hospital staff, weighing in on matters ranging from the design of hospital rooms to improving communication with nurses, and even tagging along with doctors on their rounds.
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