Date: 12-07-23 at 7:00 pm ET
Credit: .1 CEU
Speaker: Becky Breaux, MS, OTR/L, ATP; PhD Candidate
While person-centered care (PCC) is the gold standard approach to care in the provision of complex rehabilitation technologies, payer rules and requirements often dictate how health care teams make decisions and implement services, standing as potential barriers to best practice implementation. This session will highlight ethnographic research investigating factors that serve as barriers and facilitators to person-centered care during CRT provision and provide recommendations for improving PCC practices.
- Students will describe 5 positive effects of a PCC approach on health care delivery based on a review of the literature.
- Participants will identify 5 barriers to PCC that were observed during an ethnographic study at an outpatient CRT clinic.
- Participants will describe three potential strategies to improve PCC implementation in the CRT field.