An Australian study examines the links between clinical outcomes and patient experiences of healthcare.
The starting point for the article is the observation that patients and the public have become increasingly involved in research activities, and that through this phenomenon, the body of literature on these issues has expanded rapidly in the last decade.
There are many approaches to measuring the experience of patients and caregivers in health care services. A study reviews published research on these approaches to help understand the benefits and limitations of each method.
The Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) presents a case study on the implementation of an experience-based co-design (EBCD) approach in the United States.