2 edition of Changes of management arrangements for medical staff following Patients first found in the catalog.
Changes of management arrangements for medical staff following Patients first
Allen, David Dr.
by Health Services Management Unit, Dept. of Social Adminstration, University of Manchester in Manchester
Written in English
|Other titles||A report of a seminar on the changes of management arrangements for medical staff following "Patients first"|
|Statement||David Allen, Duncan Nichol.|
|Series||Working paper series / Health Services Management Unit, Dept. of Social Administration, University of Manchester -- no. 43, Working paper series (University of Manchester. Health Services Management Unit) -- working paper no. 43|
|LC Classifications||RA395G6 A65|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||6, , 4 leaves. --|
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“The way that we approach improvement for patient experience measures is to reframe it. Patients who do not have an emergency medical condition. Following the medical screening, the provider representative will have a discussion with the patient during the registration or discharge process. The discussion can also occur during the medical encounter as long as patient care is not interfered with and the patient consents to.
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