#4: Discussion Response #2 to Week 4: Quality indicators in specialty area areas
You can do this by asking patients to complete surveys after hospital visits so that providers have a better understanding of their feelings about how they feel. Additionally, collecting information from family members or other individuals involved in a person’s healthcare can provide additional perspectives which may otherwise not be gathered if only relying on direct feedback from patients. This type of information is essential for improving geriatric health care. Healthcare professionals can better assess what methods work best for their patients, thereby ensuring the highest quality outcomes.