By Sarah C. Threnhauser

If your organization has consumers who are engaged in their health care, chances are, you have an edge over your competitors – because your consumers are better informed, are more proactive in their health care and insurance coverage, have better outcomes, and cost less (see Making Consumer Engagement A Reality). If you don't, the question is simple – how do you engage your consumers so that both they and your organization can reap the benefits? One option for enhancing consumer engagement that I read about recently in Psychiatric Times (see The Truth About Shared Decision Making) is shared decision making…
Content Restricted

This article is reserved for members with an active membership. Please register for a Free Membership to view this resource.

Login to access The OPEN MINDS Circle Library. Not a member? Create your free account now!