AffiliationU of Arizona, College of Public Health
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CitationTanniru, M., Xing, X. N., Khuntia, J., Dore, B., & Yoder, E. (2023, June). Building a Sustainable Community Strategy to Improve Wellness. In 2023 18th Iberian Conference on Information Systems and Technologies (CISTI) (pp. 1-7). IEEE.
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AbstractHealth care organizations have been transforming their operations to reach patient populations by developing community strategies for preventive and care transition post-hospital discharge by leveraging community partners and technology. Sustaining such strategies, however, needs feedback from both collaborative partners and the patient population. In this paper we discuss the use of a value lens to design patient services and assess methods to gather feedback for the adaptation of strategies to address changing patient and participating organizational expectations using the example of a wellness program.
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