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Por qué las farmacéuticas luchan por mejorar la experiencia del paciente

A continuación reproducimos un estudio publicado en In Vivo en Junio de 2021. Si bien el estudio se realizó en EE.UU. donde las condiciones de comercialización de fármacos son diferentes que en Europa, presenta conclusiones aplicables tanto para el lanzamiento de medicamentos como para programas de soporte a paciente. Una encuesta en profundidad realizada a […]

Nace la primera comunidad de pacientes COVID-19

El Instituto de Experiencia de Paciente (IEXP) y Acuam Healthcare, creadora de la comunidad de pacientes crónicos Pacientalia® se unen para dar voz a pacientes afectados por la COVID- 19 y familiares.    La plataforma, disponible para descarga gratuita en iOS y Android, les conecta, allí se dan apoyo y comparten su experiencia tras superar […]

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Patient Experience in Fertility 2: practical examples on how to apply it to clinical practice

The latest post described how important patient experience is in fertility in contrast to the small amount of research done in the field. We promised to describe examples from clinical practice on how to improve patient experience and by that achieve significant impacts for patients and the organization. May be it is not very modest […]

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A patient driven research platform

Can a patient co-design a clinical trial that is related to his disease? We have met these days Delos Clinical, a different CRO. Specialized in clinical trials, Delos created Manthano, a crowdsourcing and crowdfunding platform that heavily engages patients. This is why we asked Emilio García Cabrera, from Delos Clinical, to write a post about […]

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The Embryologist of the future as specialists in human centred design

In the world of artificial reproduction (ART), the physician is the visible face to the patient. But treatments would have no success chance without the hidden work done in the embryology lab. There, like in an ex vivo uterus, technology imitates nature and produces the miracle of conception. This miracle is possible thanks to the […]

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What do patients expect from healthcare organizations

Today we have a special guest writing in our blog. It is José María Iribarren, Patient Experience Director of the Spanish Healthcare Service in Navarra. Usually in this blog we approach to patient experience from a close and micro point of view; an ethnographic approach. For this reason we find it interesting to know if […]

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“Medicine is not dehumanized, but healthcare yes”

The Spanish 20th Congress for Healthcare Humanization took place in a Madrid Hospital on May 27th and 28th this year. One of the most interesting speakers was Dr Concha Zaforteza, an outstanding specialist in the use of participatory methodologies for change management in clinical praxis. More about her brilliant path as a researcher and nurse can be […]

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Four arrhythmias and (luckily) no funeral

May be this post is a bit long, but it will be certainly useful to define what s patient experience. We present the case of one single patient –written by him- because in a short time he had to be taken admitted 4 times in 3 different hospitals due to atrial fibrillation. Applying ethnographic analysis […]

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When citizens co-design healthcare services – the case of Participle in the UK

By Kate Bagley, Participle Participle is an amazing non-profit organization that contributes in a very interesting way to patient centeredness and to better healthcare services in the British National Healthcare System (NHS) by using –as the name suggests- participation as one of the main tools. Participle’s projects have a very interesting impact in terms of […]

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How to build a patient intelligence system

Professor Horcajadas, the well know specialist for reproductive genetics with 45 international papers on the issue, compares the difference between traditional genetic techniques and sequencing with fishing. “Using sequencing is like having an industrial fishing net, while traditional techniques are like using a fishing rod”. But he warns, that “the quality of data in the […]

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