positive conversations between patients and providers
The Role of the Medical Librarian
Host Alexia Doumbouya sits down with Karen Hoyer, the medical librarian of St. Mary Medical Center in Langhorne, Pennsylvania, to learn about the role of the medical librarian and how it impacts patients and providers on a daily basis. How the medical librarian honors the rights of patients is also discussed.
Thoughts from a Future Nurse
Senior Advocate Julia Ballarini sits down with Katrina Lewis, a nursing student at Drexel University, to discuss how future nurses are taught about patient rights, and why it is especially important for a nurse to be an advocate for a patient in today's healthcare delivery system.
The Role of the Hospitalist in the Patient's Care
Content: What is a hospitalist? During this episode, our host, Sarah Brechbill, was able to interview Dr. Anthony Wehbe, the Chief Population Health Executive of Jefferson Health New Jersey, about the role of a hospitalist. Watch this interview for an inside look of a hospitalist's job description, as well as how they advocate for their patients' rights. The mission of the Project is to educate consumers about their patient rights, help patients become more proactive with healthcare decisions, and to teach patients how to have a more interactive dialogue with their healthcare providers. A huge thank you to Jefferson Health and their exceptional staff! Founding Executive Director of The Power of the Patient Project: Robert H. Kieserman Executive Producer/Editor: Brie Betlejewski