Patient Centered Healthcare Reform

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Patient Centered Healthcare Reform

Orange, United States
Year Founded:
2012
Organization type: 
nonprofit/ngo/citizen sector
Project Stage:
Start-Up
Budget: 
< $1,000
Project Summary
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The staff run Unit Based Council and the management team, all staff are empowered to develop and implement solutions to aid in the delivery of perfect care and a sacred patient experience in light of any obstacle that may arise.

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What if a sacred patient experience in the hospital could be provided without creating a fiscal impact?
About Project

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As healthcare reform is implemented nationwide, the healthcare industry must look at more efficient ways to achieve improved care. Perfect care is essential to eliminate unnecessary
About You
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Kristen

Last Name

Merkh

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, CA, Orange

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