National Medical Fellowships provides dynamic educational webinars to enhance the Service-Learning Program experience for our Scholars, as well as to connect members of the NMF Young Leadership Council and other NMF Alumni. For more information, contact us at email@example.com.
In Fall of 2019, NMF will be hosting a webinar about financial planning for healthcare professionals. More information coming soon!
On Tuesday, August 27, 2019 NMF hosted a presentation by Dr. Mauvareen Beverley. Event details and a recording are available below.
Patient Engagement & Cultural Competency; The Common Thread: The Human Experience
Tuesday, August 27, 2019 at 7:00 PM Eastern
View the event recording here.
The event refers to the SPOT CHECK Methodology form, which you are encouraged to complete prior to viewing the recording.
As healthcare continues to be transformed, patient engagement is the change agent for improving clinical care, increasing revenues related to value based payments and patient satisfaction scores (HCAHPS). We as Health Care Professionals need to educate ourselves and recognize that our beliefs and attitudes, conscious or unconscious can have a positive or negative impact on: patient care and compliance; the patient experience; self-management; and health outcomes.
– Improve the health outcomes for the Elderly Black Population
– Increase empathy
– Respect and understand the individual’s cultural beliefs regarding their health
– Prevent judgmental behavior directed at patients
– Prevent disparate care
– Maintain patient dignity
Webinar Presenter: Mauvareen Beverley, MD
Dr. Beverley is an executive-level physician with over 20 years of clinical and administrative experience in regulatory requirements, network development, and high-level strategy; a proven leader in developing high performing interdisciplinary teams that decreased readmission by improving patient and family engagement. She has a demonstrated track record of increasing revenue while improving population health outcomes, and is an advocate for culturally competent healthcare and the patient experience, especially with geriatric, immigrant, and African American populations.