Value in Healthcare and the Role of the Patient Voice from the Institute of Management and Department EMbeDS, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna
The system adopted in Tuscany provides a useful model for other systems seeking to increase representation of the patient voice in performance management. Critical factors in successful implementation include consistent clinical ownership and rapid presentation of results, whereas greater value would be derived from the model if accessible at the patient level.
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