Pilot Project: Improving Patient Care by Helping Patients and Doctors Communicate Better
^ Dominick Frosch, PhD was the original principal investigator for this project.
Tai-Seale M, Elwyn G, Wilson CJ, et al. Enhancing Shared Decision Making Through Carefully Designed Interventions That Target Patient And Provider Behavior HealthAffairs (April 2016).
Tai-Seale M, Sullivan G, Cheney A, et al., The Language of Engagement: "Aha!" Moments from Engaging Patients and Community Partners in Two Pilot Projects of the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute, The Permanente Journal (February 2016).
Tai-Seale M, Foo PK, Stults CD, Patients with Mental Health Needs Are Engaged in Asking Questions, but Physicians’ Responses Vary, HealthAffairs (February 2013).
Creating a “Zone of Openness” at the Doctor’s Office - A narrative about how California researchers develop a tool to eliminate patients' fear of reduced care quality when they disagree with their doctor.
VIDEO: Creating a Zone of Openness
Learn more about this project and how it uses decision-support tools to encourage shared decision making between patients and their clinicians.
VIDEO (below): Improving Patient-Centered Communication
Ming Tai-Seale, PhD, MPH, describes her PCORI-funded research project that looked into whether shared decision making in primary care settings changed the behavior of both patients and providers.