Increasing Patient and Physician Satisfaction
Physician burnout is a major concern in primary care. Doctors who want to make a difference in their patients’ lives find themselves spending hours documenting care on computers and only minutes engaging on a personal level. The Humanwide pilot project redesigned the way primary care is practiced, with an eye toward helping doctors and their medical teams to partner more closely with patients in more satisfying relationships.
Embodying Stanford Medicine’s vision of Precision Health, Humanwide created a data-driven, team-based model that provided a better work environment for doctors and medical staff members. As David Gorn reports, it also increased patients’ satisfaction.
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