Client- and family-centred care: Its history in Qmentum and a supporting literature review
This publication is a comprehensive review of the research evidence to support the implementation of client- and family-centred care (CFCC) practices within health care. Client- and family-centred care is an approach to client-provider engagements that has been adopted by institutions, accrediting bodies, and governments around the world. In January 2015, Accreditation Canada revised the Qmentum program standards to include CFCC.
Client- and family-centred care: Its history in Qmentum and a supporting literature review includes:
- An overview of Accreditation Canada’s standards development process and its approach to CFCC
- A brief history of CFCC
- A review of research evidence to support:
- Client engagement
- Partnership and communication
- Care coordination and integration
- Cost effectiveness
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