Welcome to the JCF's mini-focus issue on Patient Engagement. That raises an obvious question, though—what exactly is Patient Engagement? I recently asked five different colleagues this question, and as you may imagine, I got five somewhat different answers, including self-care, patient activation, better access to care, shared decision-making, and of course, Meaningful Use Criteria!
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Published online: October 03, 2017
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