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Whatever the outcome, any patient experience is a fundamental component of how healthcare professionals should think about the quality of services delivered to, and received by, the patient. That said, an increasing body of research evidence illustrates how delivering a positive patient experience in child healthcare can improve medical outcomes.
For example, reducing stress and anxiety strengthens the immune system, which in turn impacts infection and recovery rates. Additionally, compliance with treatment programs and long term outcomes can be enhanced through effective communication and inspiring trust and confidence, especially in children.
To this end, involving children and young people, in all decisions that affect them, is key. Especially given the importance of finding kid-friendly ways to ensure that children and young people feel heard, acknowledged and respected.
For example, paying attention to seating options, privacy and technology can all generate a more positive and productive child-patient experience. In light of the above, the objective of this panel is to examine and discuss practical solutions creating a positive patient experience for children and young people.
More than just an endpoint of care, it should be the start of improving the overall patient experience of a child. Understandably, by embedding this requisite into the entire culture of an organization, no matter where children interact within the healthcare system, it could ultimately become a big "ask" in the current economic environment.
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However, if successful, the outcomes deliver a far better personal, patient experience, thereby providing a far better medical result and financial return, for both the child and the healthcare provider. While our extraordinary doctors, nurses and amazing technology deliver groundbreaking treatments, we never forget that it all comes down to the one child that matters most:The MENA Journal of Business Case Studies (MENA) is an international peer reviewed journal that focuses on the various business areas, corporate, organizations in the MENA region.
The journal is published in cooperation with El-Khazindar Business Research and Case Center (KCC), The American University in Cairo, Egypt. This paper investigates the impact of legalized prostitution on human trafficking inflows.
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Cost reduction and control are the most commonly reported benefit. Time savings and enhanced communication are significant positive outcomes. Challenges from using BIM-related . (), ‘The Impact of Applying Fair Value Accounting on the Reliability and Appropriateness of the Financial Statement Information,’ Jordanian Journal of Business Administration, 3() Linde, E and .
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The MENA Journal of Business Case Studies (MENA) is an international peer reviewed journal that focuses on the various business areas, corporate, organizations in the MENA region.
The journal is published in cooperation with El-Khazindar Business Research and Case Center (KCC), The American University in Cairo, Egypt.
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