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Jill Yarberry

VP Patient Engagement

Jill has 20 years’ experience in healthcare business development and operations. Prior to joining Quality Reviews®, Jill worked in the healthcare industry where she has been responsible for developing and implementing the sales strategy, market research, and business development to meet and exceed sales growth projections.

How to Reduce Physician Well-Being & Burnout

The Challenge Physicians are experiencingwidespread burnout that has only worsened since the pandemic. Why It Matters Physician burnout is oftenassociated with: What You Can Do Between the long hours, red tape, and often emotionally-taxing work, physicians have longstruggled with burnout. But in the wake of the pandemic, it’s only increased in intensity. As yougear up […]

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3 Ways to Improve Your Digital Patient Engagement

CAHPS may have been an adequate patient engagement solution when it came out in 1995, but today, it comes up far too short. For one, the survey itself is narrow in scope, failing to provide meaningful feedback at key points in the patient journey. But beyond that, the fact that it can only be administered […]

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Social Determinants of Health: Not Just a Buzzword, It Impacts the Bottom Line

Social determinants of health (SdoH) are finally getting their focus in the healthcare industry. While some healthcare providers have had SDoH at the core of their strategies, others are just beginning to focus on it, considering the post-pandemic ecosystem. It may seem like another buzzword, but there are concerted national investments made to shift our healthcare ecosystem towards integrating SDoH. Health equity barriers are being examined, as well as how they impact care delivery from hospitals, value-based care (VBC), payers, and even life science and pharmaceuticals.

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The New Era of Digital Health: The Top 5 Pillars of Digital Engagement and How it’s Improving Access Across the Care Continuum

With the current landscape of healthcare, the concept of “digital health” continues to captivate. The pandemic has served as a catalyst for the rapid growth, with the demand for telehealth leading the charge. Healthcare organizations needed to remotely monitor patients, as well as tend to their needs while simultaneously controlling the spread.

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Managing Physician Well-Being and Burnout: A Conversation with AdventHealth

Healthcare worker burnout is real. That is why health systems are working to mitigate factors that drive frontline staff out of the field. Edward Shin, MD, the CEO and co-founder of Quality Reviews spoke with the Physician Well-Being team at AdventHealth. That includes Leila Durr, PhD, Mary Dijkstra, and Michael Torres, MD, MBA, FAAPL.

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Social Determinants of Health

The most recent webinar features SCAN Health CEO, Dr. Sachin Jain, and it focuses on social determinants of health. These determinants, like poverty, racism, pollution, and access, impact a patient’s ability to receive care and comply with their care. These patients are at risk for certain conditions, whether from vitamin deficiencies or exposure to mold or unclean drinking water.

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Leadership Excellence Across Patient Experience II

In this Q-LEAPx (Leadership Excellence Across Patient Experience), CEO and Co-founder Edward Shin, MD sits down with experts on patient experience to discuss best practices for improving the clinical experience.

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Beryl Institute’s Webinar: The Relationship Between Nurse Satisfaction and Patient Experience

CEO and co-founder Edward Shin, MD caught up with Amy Pettit, DNP, RN, NE-BC, CSSBB, Chief Nursing Officer, Schneck Medical Center, and Rick Roche, Chief People Officer of Grady Health. The three discussed the current state of nursing.

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Leadership Excellence Across Patient Experience

For our most recent webinar Q-LEAPx (Leadership Excellence Across Patient Experience) virtual roundtable, Co-Founder and CEO, Edward Shin, MD talks about service recovery and clinical burnout. His guests are Dr. Charles Washington of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Rebecca Asmussen, CPXP of Mount Sinai Health System, and Gustavo Del Toro, MD, Chief Medical Officer of Wyckoff Heights Medical Center.

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Memorial Sloan Kettering Study on Patient Satisfaction in the Time of Telemedicine

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed medicine as we've traditionally known it. Now the question is: will telemedicine be here to stay? The answer to that question lies in the hands of patients. What are their thoughts on telemedicine versus traditional office visits?

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Vanderbilt and Walgreens: Delivering Great Patient Experience in Retail Medical Clinics

Nothing points to innovation like a retail healthcare business joining forces with a healthcare organization. This is the case for Vanderbilt. In 2017, the healthcare system partnered with Walgreens to offer retail healthcare clinics services within their pharmacy chains.

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The Relationship Between Nurse Satisfaction and Patient Experience A Discussion with Amy Pettit, DNP, RN, NE-BC, CSSBB of Schneck Medical Center and Baldomero Silva of Grady Health System

COVID has put a lot of strain on nurses, to the extent that far too many are experiencing burnout. Many organizations are seeking solutions to nurse burnout, after a recent survey. That survey found that the number of nurses suffering from burnout doubled during the pandemic from 25% to 60% in less than a year.

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How Do We Achieve High Patient Satisfaction Scores?

Covid-19 quickly altered the state of the healthcare system. From Covid units to ICU’s, new implementations during this crucial time showed us the importance of service recovery. As hospitals see a decline in severe cases and organizations are adjusting to the new normal, the question lately has been: how do we achieve high patient satisfaction scores?

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