Fact Sheet: Providing Patients with Patient-Specific Education Resources

Patient education resources can provide information specific to the patient’s health condition, their point in care (such as whether the patient is newly diagnosed or has been living with a condition), and health care decisions they may face. Providing patients with appropriate education resources can help them remember important information, improve their ability to manage their health, and increase their participation in informed decision-making.

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Practice Role
Health Care Mgmt - Practice Mgrs Admin
Providers (MDs, DOs, NPs, PAs, RNs, LPNs)
PSR, Schedulers, Front Desk, Med Secretaries
Audience
Providers & Professionals
Setting/Practice Type
FQHC or Community Health Center
Large Practice 11 or more
Small Practice 1 - 10
Specialty Practice
Resource Topics
Evaluation and Meaningful Use
Quality Improvement and Practice Transformation
EHR Steps
Step 5: Achieve Meaningful Use
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1 Votes with an average with 3.1
Content last reviewed on November 13, 2018
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