While many hospital administrators agree that basic tenants of patient-centered care—compassion, empathy, human interaction—result in more positive patient outcomes, some are hesitant to adopt formal policies that embrace patient-centered care because of misconceptions related to costs, implementation, and reluctance to change, namely the initial and ongoing training of staff. However, by making investments that set the stage for care to be delivered in a way that meets patients’ needs, the costs of implementing patient-centered care are clearly dwarfed by the priceless potential benefits of improved healing turnouts. Join Rebecca Hathaway and Hal Sibley in dispelling the myths about Planetree. Click image below for event details.

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