The O’Neil Center offers research and translational resources to support clinical practice, change management and patient engagement. For an overview of our activities, please see our 2015-2016 Annual Report.
See the latest O'Neil Center research in the Journal of Nursing Administration's March 2016 supplement.
-Are We Really Patient Focused? Time to Challenge Ourselves
-Patient and Family Engagement Summit: Needed Changes in Clinical Practice
-Nurse Manager Competencies Supporting Patient Engagement
-Interactive Care Model: A Framework for More Fully Engaging People in Their Healthcare.
View the supplement.
Interactive Care Model
Developed by researchers, reviewed by clinical experts and informed by feedback from clinicians and patients from several major health systems, the Interactive Care Model provides a roadmap to deliver care in a more person-centric, interprofessional way. The new model describes the interactions between providers and people in all care settings, and identifies five phases, or encounters, of interactive care.
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New NAM Discussion Paper
The O’Neil Center welcomes the publication of a new discussion paper by the National Academy of Medicine (NAM) and others, titled “Harnessing Evidence and Experience to Change Culture: A Guiding Framework for Patient- and Family-Engaged Care.” The paper asserts that a cultural shift to “patient- and family-engaged care” is an essential driver to achieving the “Quadruple Aim” outcomes of better culture, better care, better health and lower costs.
Patient Engagement Annotated Bibliography
Developed for health care organizations, providers and consumers, the annotated bibliography summarizes the latest evidence, best practices and strategies found in peer-reviewed journals on patient engagement. The annotated bibliography is updated quarterly.
Download here. (Updated November 2016)
Patient Engagement Evidence Matrix
An extension of the annotated bibliography, the evidence matrix details each article’s key focus and findings. Articles are categorized by type, such as research, policy, administration, education, programmatic, and opinion to assist in decision-making in the design of health care strategies for patient engagement. The evidence matrix is updated quarterly.
Download here. (Updated Niovember 2016)
O'Neil Center Newsletter
Each month, the O'Neil Center Newsletter includes the latest executive perspectives, research initiatives and industry news around the science of patient and family engagement.
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Partnership with the IIPC
The O’Neil Center is proud to partner with the Institute for Interactive Patient Care (IIPC) to conduct formal, third-party research to assess the efficacy of patient and family engagement.
IIPC is a not for-profit research based organization governed by an independent Board of Directors. IIPC’s annual research agenda is established by the IIPC’s National Board of Advisors, which is comprised of experience clinical researchers and leaders. The Board of Advisors selects studies the IIPC will undertake, oversees the research, verifies the validity of the findings and guides their dissemination.
Research & Analytics
The O’Neil Center’s experienced researchers and analysts are actively engaged with the IIPC as it conducts research recommended by the O'Neil Center. The research and analytics team also analyzes data on behalf of GetWellNetwork’s client community. Study findings are leveraged to inform technology needs and outcomes strategies for GetWellNetwork client organizations.
In addition, the team provides the industry with publications that highlight best practices, insights and lessons learned from the experience of GetWellNetwork’s client community.
Outcomes Studies & Validation
Through multi-site studies, the O'Neil Center validates outcomes data from GetWellNetwork’s client community to evaluate the effectiveness of patient and family engagement through Interactive Patient Care.