It’s All the Same – Seeing Through the Lens of the Patient
Keywords:Patient-centered, hospital closures, Motivational Interviewing, active listening, diversity in healthcare, complex care
The healthcare delivery system is changing. A model of patient-centered interdisciplinary care is of paramount importance, which integrates primary care, behavioral, and mental health services with the social determinants of health. As the next generation of healthcare practitioners is trained, incorporating methods such as Motivational Interviewing and active listening skills are critical strategies for achieving patient-centered care. The increasing number of safety-net hospital closures not only reduces access to care for patients but also presents barriers to identifying sufficient clinical placement sites which are beneficial for training a diverse workforce in locations with a wide range of services.
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