Project HealthDesign has explored practical ways to capture and integrate patient-recorded observations of daily living (ODLs) into clinical care.
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Sara Koliner, Policy Analysis Project Assistant, Project HealthDesign National Program Office
Last week, the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) approved 51 awards as part of its second cycle of funding in support of the development of a National Patient-Centered Clinical… Read More »
Linda Brei, Project HealthDesign Communications Consultant
In the late 1970s I had my first experience working for a health care related grant with the Community Care Organization (CCO) project, funded by the Kellogg Foundation. Wisconsin was one of five states… Read More »
Wendy Swanberg, Communications Project Assistant, National Program Office
This past February, the leading health policy journal Health Affairs devoted an entire issue to the theme of “patient engagement” – the concept that patients can have direct involvement in their own… Read More »
May 3, 2013
Now through May 9: Help shape federal policy on Consumer eHealth!
The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) wants public input to update the Federal Health IT Strategic Plan.
From now through May 9, 2013, you can submit comments through The Planning Room on the topic of discussion Consumer eHealth. Whether you’re a patient, consumer, provider, insurer or IT developer, you should have a voice in this process!
Project HealthDesign is a national program of Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Pioneer Portfolio