This post may be more than a year old now – if the date didn’t give it away the number of participating centers sure did – but the spirit of how our network’s work is evolving, which Sarah Myers captured so eloquently here, remains and is even stronger today. Take a moment to re-read this post and to reflect on everything we have accomplished together; how far we’ve come and how much farther we will go, together.
Originally posted on LOOP:
Look on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and many other social media outlets over the past few weeks, and ImproveCareNow is all over the place. Many quotes about “parents as partners,” “real patient engagement,” and “amazing collaboration.” It’s fantastic to see the buzz we are generating. It’s huge, and important, and feels like it will catalyze many others who are working on similar efforts to jump in and do the same. We have a lot to teach now, even as we learn. It’s helping us achieve health outcomes we did not think possible and will probably help others do the same.
But what does this mean at the micro level, in the day-to-day shuffle (and sometimes tornado!) of getting the real work of running this complicated Network done? I don’t pretend not to realize that the care teams out there across in our 65 centers are doing the hard…
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