Addressing social determinants to health to promote healthy communities takes a connected community working together. We are looking for non-medical and medical organizations to participate in a defined collaborative initiative of community organizations to work with hospitals and other medical professionals to promote healthy communities and reduce unnecessary hospital admissions and re-admissions. Health care providers understand that they need assistance from community churches, stores, social service organizations, transportation companies, and other service providers to address the needs of the uninsured, under-insured, and indigent. If you are located in Southeast Michigan and have an interest in participating, please complete a short survey to let us know your interest.
CYJ Enterprises, LLC is proud to announce the release of e-CYREN for CBAS, which is available to California Adult Day Health Care providers that have or have plans to transition over to the Community Based Adult Services (CBAS) Program.
CYJ Enterprises is so appreciative of all of you that have contacted us asking for instructions on how to submit your vote. I realize that it is not a straight forward process. So here are the step by step instructions.
We are conducting a survey, and your response would be appreciated.
We are interested in obtaining your interest in participating in a defined collaboration of community-based organizations to work with hospitals and other medical providers to increase health outcomes for your community. Health care providers understand that it takes a “Village” to improve patient’s health outcomes and they are encouraged to reach out to other medical and non-medical service providers to help with their goal to reduce hospital admissions and improve the overall quality of the communities they serve.
We are seeking a Java Developer to join our team. Currently, we have senior software developers working part-time. We are seeking a reliable and strong communicator that can offer serious commitment and drive development of our technology.
October is Patient-Centered Care Awareness Month, which is kind of interesting because you would not expect there to be a need to recognize “Patient-Centered” Care; isn't that what you would expect? Hospitals and physicians are moving from “disease-centered” to “patient-centered” care, which requires a wider and more personal knowledge of their patients. Therefore, patients and their family members need to play a vital role in this model to make sure that their needs and preferences are known and shared with their entire care team.
Patient-Centered Care Awareness Month is described on the Plantree's website as:
Patient-Centered Care Awareness Month is a global awareness-building campaign that occurs every October to commemorate the progress that has been made toward making patient-centered care a reality and to build momentum for further progress through education and collaboration. The theme for 2013 is “Compassion in Action.” Hospitals and health care organizations around the world are encouraged to celebrate by making a commitment to develop more compassionate care practices and by publicly proclaiming to their patients and communities their commitment to patient-centered care.
While the main focus is on hospitals and health care organizations, patients are key and significant players in this model. Ask your physician what changes they made towards "Patient-Centered Care" and what is your role in this model.
Patients need to be empowered, engaged and integrated in order for "Patient-Centered Care" to work. So for the month of October, we will focus on helping patients identify empowering ways to be an active participant in their own “Patient-Centered” Care. What are you doing to be an engaged participant in your care or the care of a loved one?