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Nominations Open: 2020 Sherman Awards for Excellence in Patient Engagement

Nomination deadline Friday, March 6

North Mankato, MN – (Jan. 21, 2020)  –  Nominations are now open for the Sherman Awards for Excellence in Patient Engagement. The Sherman Award, which is sponsored by EngagingPatients.org, Taylor Healthcare and the Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s Lucian Leape Institute, recognizes the best projects and programs in patient and family engagement from around the world.

New for 2020:

  • The nomination form is now completely online.

  • Pediatric programs will be considered for the Sherman Award for Excellence in Pediatric Patient Engagement.

Established in 2014, the Sherman Awards recognize innovative work that has resulted in better, safer care and improved outcomes by engaging patients and families in their care. The award will be conferred at the IHI/NPSF Annual Patient Safety Congress in Orlando, Fla. on May 14. One representative from each winning organization will receive an all-expenses paid trip to the Congress.

Programs and projects will be judged on the degree to which patient and families are involved in project design and implementation; results and sustainability.

Nominations will be accepted through March 6. The official nomination form and full details about criteria for the Sherman Awards are available at www.engagingpatients.org/award

 

About EngagingPatients.org

Launched in June 2013, EngagingPatients.org is an online community dedicated to improving the patient and family experience, the quality of care and improving outcomes by enhancing communication between patients, their advocates and their providers.

About Taylor Healthcare

Taylor Healthcare is a marketing and communications company serving the healthcare industry with a broad spectrum of tangible and digital solutions in the acute, long-term care and payer markets. We help our customers standardize and manage communications across the continuum of care, enabling them to engage patients with the right information at the right time to influence behavior and improve outcomes.