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Who are the stakeholders in the healthcare system? For the purposes of our discussion we define stakeholders as those entities that are integrally involved in the healthcare system and would be substantially affected by reforms to the system. The major stakeholders in the healthcare system are patients, physicians, employers, insurance companies, pharmaceutical firms and government. …

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A healthcare stakeholder may be in contact with the healthcare provider or company on a regular basis or may intermittently touch base. Stakeholders are affected by change in systems, policies and practices in the healthcare industry. Customers. Customers play a very important role in the healthcare industry.

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How to Identify Key Stakeholders for a Healthcare IT Project Imagine an EHR system that has been developed and implemented without any input from the clinicians who are using it. The project team responsible will be spending resources fixing problems while trying to regain the trust of leaders across the organization.

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Gary Gunderson and Dora Barilla are hosts of the Stakeholder Health podcast. Teresa Cutts, Ph.D,. is Asst. Research Professor, Wake Forest School of Medicine, PHS, Dept. of Social Science and Health Policy and co-leader of the Stakeholder Health Secretariat....

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Examples of Stakeholders in Healthcare. This lists the roles, job titles, departments or groups who may be considered stakeholders in healthcare. You can use this to generate a list of potential health care stakeholders or as a checklist in case you have missed any roles.

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In September 2008, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) Roundtable on Value & Science-Driven Health Care met to explore key stakeholders’ perspectives on value in health care, seeking to understand the meaning of value and the approaches to assessment among patients, providers, economists, health product and device manufacturers, payers, and ...

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Figure 3. The stakeholders: patients, providers, payors, and policymakers. Developing a NeSF begins first by documenting a country’s representative health stories. We use health stories to denote common or characteristic healthcare scenarios expressed in a storytelling format. Here we look at four of the main characters in these stories ...

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Identifying health care stakeholders: a key to strategic implementation. Keele RL, Buckner K, Bushnell S. As the number and complexity of stakeholders for health care organizations has increased, health care managers have become more aware of the ability of these groups to thwart or facilitate the implementation of strategic plans.

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These stakeholders are often referred to as the “frontline” workers in health care as they provide health care services directly to patients. They include physicians, nurses and other health care providers. All physicians, nurses and many other health care providers are regulated by provincial/territorial legislation.

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Stakeholder Responsibilities and Role Descriptions* *This worksheet was adapted from a 2011 book published by the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) entitled "Improving Outcomes with Clinical Decision