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We bring care full circle, considering individuals as complete humans, identifying care that works for similar types of people, and assisting communication between people and care providers.
Person-centered care is defined by the World Health Organization as: “empowering people to take charge of their own health rather than being passive recipients of services.”
Person-centered care is the practice of incorporating patient views, input, and experiences to improve overall health outcomes.
P-CIS enables automated, low-burden, structured, bi-directional communication with people in care.
Whole-person care takes into consideration all facets of a person’s life. A person with a physical ailment may also face challenges with daily activities, feelings of loneliness in their struggles, employment interference, financial concerns, use of substances to cope with physical or emotional pains, or strains in relationships, among a few. No one area of a person’s life exists alone without influence on all the other facets of life. When one part of life is out of balance, the equilibrium of well-being falters.
P-CIS is person-centered, and any type of question about a person can be tracked. This supports flexible monitoring of all kinds of outcomes in support of a whole person.
Success-Focused Care is the practice of defining what success looks like in collaboration with a person in care and tracking progress toward goals. By tracking on progress in collaboration with people in care, providers are promoting greater awareness, self-sufficiency and reduced need for those served.
P-CIS automatically transforms data on progress into family-friendly reports that promote collaboration toward shared goals in care.
Connected care is the ability to easily share information between providers of different disciplines about co-served individuals, when authorized. If a person is in care for one area of their life, it is likely that they also need help supporting other areas of life. It is commonly the responsibility of the person in care to coordinate between providers.
P-CIS allows the person in care to easily share specific information between providers, supporting integrated health care, improving coordination, efficiency and outcomes.
Organizations are using P-CIS to help unify systems and empower meaningful use of data to deliver better outcomes.