Investigating How Person-Centered Care Can Be Good for Clients and Business
We investigated common misconceptions about person-centered care to debunk common myths and show why clinics, dispensers, and hospitals can benefit from this approach.
As part of our investigation, we interviewed hearing care professionals in different countries and collected research on the benefits of person-centered care.
Explore how we debunked the four myths below and learn how person-centered care can be a positive addition to your practice.
Takes Too Much Time
Do person-centered methods lead to longer appointments and longer work hours for hearing care professionals?
Not Cost Effective
Person-centered care may lead to better outcomes, but will it help my bottom-line and increase the profitability of my private clinic?
Too Much on Emotions
Will opening a discussion with the client lead to an outpouring of emotions that is difficult to manage?
Clients Already Satisfied
Why should I take the time to implement a person-centered approach in my clinic if client needs are already being met?
Meet the Myth Busters
We collaborated with hearing care professionals from both public and private practice to gain their perspectives on person-centered care.
There are numerous definitions and perspectives on what person-centered care means for people with hearing loss, clinics, and family members. Explore some of the different definitions in this section.