VA Research Currents has published an article about our work in enhancing contextualization of care in the VA through direct observation by unannounced standardized patients – and how we’re using them to help the VA better provide services to homeless Veterans. Read about it here: ‘Mystery shopper’ model being used to boost VA care.
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Contextualizing Care: Fireside Chat Series
We are pleased to share a video series on contextualizing care, designed for both clinicians and researchers interested in the field. This “Fireside Chat” series…
Preventing Contextual Errors Program in VA Diffusion Marketplace
The VA Health Care System has added information about the implementation of our work to improve contextualization of care in the VA to its Diffusion…
Coffee & Science interview with Saul Weiner
Institute for Health Improvement President and CEO Dr. Kedar Mate interviewed Saul about contextualizing care for the UCSF SIREN Coffee & Science Podcast. Listen below…
A video introduction to 4C coding
During a medical encounter, clinicians should attempt to identify and address, where feasible, patient life challenges that are complicating their care — a process called…
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