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Patient-Centered Care Steering Team

Patient-Centered Care Steering Team



























Why Person-Centered Care?


Person-centered care (PCC) is an evidence-based framework for improved patient and family engagement, better clinical outcomes, increased staff retention and recruitment, and high-value care. It places patients and caregivers at the center of the care experience and unites communities around health and wellness. PCC is care focused on the needs of individuals, guided by peoples’ preferences and values, and includes supporting structures, policies, and practices that create a culture of quality, compassion, and partnership across the continuum of care.


The Patient-Centered Care Steering Team is a multi-disciplinary committee that oversees and assists with planning, implementing, monitoring, and maintaining person-centered practices at Copper Queen Community Hospital.


Members represent diverse functional roles and viewpoints, including patients, community residents, family members, as well as hospital leadership and staff.


Members are asked to provide feedback on their experiences as a patient/family member and help plan changes to improve how we care for patients, while providing a voice that represents all patients and families of patients who receive care at Copper Queen Community Hospital.

Patient-Centered Care Steering Team Charter


Interested in joining the Steering Team?

Download and complete Patient Centered Care Steering Team Application Form

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