In 2015, we started our medical outreach to establish partnerships with hospitals and caretakers around the globe. The response has been resounding and we’re just getting started.
Research shows that strong relationships and emotional support will improve our overall health and ability to heal. This is why it is important to rally a patient’s community behind them while they are in the midst of a difficult medical journey.
On top of this, hospitals have a clear imperative to improve patient satisfaction and Tribute is a simple way to do precisely that. Hospitals who help their patients to feel supported by family and friends will see newfound appreciation from their patients. Patients who receive a Tribute will be more likely to have a Positive Mental Attitude (PMA) and this will translate to better scores on HCAHPS and more positive health outcomes.
in 2014, we delivered our first patient Tribute to Felipe, who had just undergone a major surgery. As soon as he contacted us, we realized the power of Tribute to turn personal connections into meaningful support. You can watch Felipe’s post-operation Tribute here.
Felipe gave us perrmission to share his Tribute so we could spread Tribute into the medical community.
After receiving his Tribute, this was his response to us.
“…I’m speechless that you put this whole thing together. Thank you so much – for lack of better words. I’m just…blown away! I’m just…thank you, this is amazing!”
We are deeply committed to expanding this program in 2016 and beyond and are excited to announce a major opportunity and relationship for Tribute.
We will be keynoting at the Cleveland Clinic’s Patient Experience Summit on May 17th. The Cleveland Clinic is widely considered to be one of the most patient centric, forward facing medical institutions in the world.
The Patient Experience Summit will bring together more than 3000 patient experience leaders, healthcare CEOs, innovators, nursing leaders, policy makers, major stakeholders and industry experts who are committed to not just the patient or caregiver experience, but also the human experience.
We’re honored to be a part of this amazing group of people and energized to share how gratitude and a motivated community can help us transform healthcare and the way we heal people.
If you are involved in patient care or know anyone that is, we’d love to connect.
You can download our information packet for patient Tributes below.
Information Packet Download Link
If you have any questions, feel free to email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org