Meet Patients Where They Are

Dean, Lloyd H.
October 2010
Marketing Health Services;Fall2010, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p32
Academic Journal
The article discusses the author's view on the commitments of the Catholic Healthcare West (CHW) in meeting patients needs in the U.S. He notes that through health care reform, it will help CHW realize their commitments which is to effectively meet communities' and patients' needs from prevention through post-acute care. Meanwhile, he offers tips on how to ensure public health such as community education and prevention, continuous health care, and through the collaboration of healthcare professionals, healthcare providers, and underwriters.


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