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Engagement in Health Care
Technology Use in Health Care
Meeting Patients Where They Are
Research demonstrates that actively engaging patients and their families in the care process can significantly improve health care outcomes. Yet clinicians and care managers lack consistent insight into factors that can influence a person’s capacity to engage in their care.
To meet the need for a valid and reliable instrument to measure this capacity, O’Neil Center researchers developed the patent-pending Person Engagement Index™ (PEI), which was tested and validated with hundreds of patients in a multi-site study across four health care systems in the U.S.
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The PEI captures the voice of patients to provide a unique understanding of their ability to be engaged in their care. The tool uses an 18-question survey to assess four domains in subscales:
Capturing the Patient Voice with PEI
Proactive Approach to Health Care
Psychosocial Support for Health Care
The PEI measures each of these engagement factors and provides a “score” for a patient. Paired with clinical assessment information, the PEI allows for actionable, evidence-based practices to meet each individual’s needs and deliver benefits to patients and providers across the continuum of care.
Who Benefits from Using PEI?
POPULATION HEALTH & CARE MANAGERS
PATIENT EXPERIENCE & MARKETING LEADERS
I hope to connect with you soon to share more – please leave your contact information below to learn how you can use the PEI to empower your patients, families and care teams.
Karen Drenkard, Ph.D., RN, NEA-BC, FAAN
Clinicians often see hundreds of patients and have only a few minutes per patient to determine their capacity to be engaged in their care journey. There has long been a need for a way to help them accurately assess a person’s aptitude for engaging in their own health care.
After two years of extensive research and a multi-site study, we are thrilled to introduce the PEI, a psychometrically valid instrument to deliver a comprehensive measure of a person’s capacity to be engaged.
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