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Patient centricity

Patient-centricity is a healthcare approach that prioritizes the needs, preferences, and values of the patient in all aspects of healthcare delivery. It is centered around the belief that patients should be actively involved in their own care, and that all decisions about their health should be made in collaboration with them. The concept of patient-centricity recognizes that patients are individuals with unique needs and experiences, and that healthcare should be tailored to meet those specific needs. This means that healthcare providers should listen to the patient’s perspective, involve them in decisions about their care, and provide them with the information and support they need to manage their health effectively. The goal of patient-centricity is to improve the quality of care and the overall healthcare experience for patients. By putting the patient at the center of the healthcare process, providers can work together with patients to create individualized treatment plans and improve health outcomes.