[EVENT] Transforming Healthcare through Patient Experience

How do we give patients the best care possible to promote the best health possible?

Join us as we launch a symposium on “Transforming Healthcare through Patient Experience: Going Beyond the Score to Better Care and Better Health” to be held in Washington, DC on Thursday, November 8, 2018.

This half-day complimentary symposium will bring together federal officials and leaders in health-related agencies, hospital administrators, providers and patient advocates, to share how they have transformed healthcare for the good of the patient. Attendees will leave the symposium with:

  1. Practical research-driven advice on the most effective strategies using big data, analytics, and traditional measures to fully capture the patient experience.
  2. A clear understanding of how patient experience ratings can be used ‘beyond the score’ to help inform new and improved healthcare initiatives.
  3. Candid lessons learned by health administrators and clinical providers who will share their insights into the challenges, possible solutions and real case examples of what works and what doesn’t.

If you are committed to helping transform the health care environment and need proven insights to uncover opportunities, this event is a must for you. RSVP by August 31st to guarantee your spot.

A detailed Agenda and Speaker details will follow.


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Date Thursday, November 8, 2018
Time 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
This half-day Symposium will include a continental breakfast, with keynote address, panel presentations followed by discussions and a networking lunch.
Location The George Washington University
(The Elliott School of International Affairs)
City View/State Room
1957 E Street, NW
Washington, DC

Directions
Metro Accessible
(Fogg Bottom - Blue, Silver and Orange Lines)
Garage Parking available

 

For more on this topic, please read our magazine Understanding Society: The Patient Experience

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Transforming Healthcare through Patient Experience: Going Beyond the Score to Better Care and Better Health

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