The New Science of Patient Engagement
Connecting with patients to improve outcomes
Develop a New Set of Clinical Skills
To get patients more engaged with their treatment plan
Patient-Centered Care is A Myth!
Discover why there is a new shift to Relationship-Centered Care
A New Approach to Relationship Skills
Relationship is more than communication
A New Kind of Continuing Education Training
Essential Communication Skills that Improve Outcomes
Align your entire team with a customize learning experience
"Completely changed our culture to where everyone is on the same page how to provide quality care"
"Dropped our cx/ns rate by 4%. A huge difference to our bottom line"
"Finally a course that teaches the skills that make providers great"
Patient Success Systems apply to All Healthcare Environments
Leveraging the power of interpersonal communication skills to improve outcomes.
Why do the Words you use with patients matter?
The evolving science of interpersonal neurophysiology gives us insights into how the relationship between a healthcare provider and the patient can change the outcome. The words you use and how you use them create an experience that can either facilitate or hinder your treatment. Although this seems obvious to some, many organizations fail to integrate these essential skills into the patient experience. The human brain is a complex meaning machine and …
“Essential skills that should be an integrated part professional medical education”
John Vakovich, PT
AUTHOR OF “The Best Physical Therapy Experience”
Integrating the science of motivation, behavior change and relationship.
Dispelling the Myths of Patient Centered Care .
Skills that improve human relationships at all levels of the organization.
Ready to Transform Your Practice?
Human communication is always happening. Patients are consciously or subconsciously applying meaning to the words you use and the body language you present. This fundamental component of human interaction enables us to explore all of the different ways in which you and your team may be communicating in ways that either improve the patient-provider relationship or worsens it. The key is to know what you are communicating and why.
Dates and Locations
Sanford Sports Medicine
Dec 6-7, 2019
January 16-17, 2020
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2020 & 2021
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- A Comprehensive Manual
- Access to Online Content
- Access to Master Clinician Training