Patient-Privacy: When It Matters

Dr. Susan E. Mazer chronicles the history of privacy within the cultural norms of our time and then moves to the current narratives from patients who share their own stories. The question of when patient privacy matters is answered through the lens of the lived experience. The analysis identifies both direct and indirect implications for the patient experience.

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Patient-Privacy: When It Matters

Dr. Susan E. Mazer chronicles the history of privacy within the cultural norms of our time and then moves to the current narratives from patients who share their own stories. The question of when patient privacy matters is answered through the lens of the lived experience. The analysis identifies both direct and indirect implications for the patient experience.

Patient-Privacy: When It Matters

Dr. Susan E. Mazer chronicles the history of privacy within the cultural norms of our time and then moves to the current narratives from patients who share their own stories. The question of when patient privacy matters is answered through the lens of the lived experience. The analysis identifies both direct and indirect implications for the patient experience.

The idea of privacy is a construct at the heart of our humanity. As Dr. Mazer notes, there is not one frame by which we all define or expect privacy, yet the needs and more so expectations of privacy, dignity, and respect, have consistently been identified as a top priority for people experiencing healthcare. This look at what matters is even more essential today when privacy takes on new meaning and even greater challenges.”

Jason A. Wolf, Ph.D.,CPXP

President & CEO, The Beryl Institute

Dr. Susan Mazer offers a blueprint for deepening the understanding, of the phenomenon of privacy from patient’s themselves.

This deep exploration of privacy is guided by the author’s original research with patients. It comes at a pivotal point at this time in our history, where patient and hospital privacy is at the forefront and center.”

Jean Watson, PhD. RN, AHN-BC, FAAN,LL(AAN)

Founder, Watson Caring Science Institute

Susan Mazer head shot in circle

About the Author

Dr. Mazer is President and CEO of Healing HealthCare Systems. Working in healthcare for more than 35 years, Dr. Mazer has written many articles and white papers. She has spoken at conferences around the country on topics like: Hospital noise, speech privacy, patient experience, patient safety, and other related topics. Dr. Mazer writes a weekly blog on www.healinghealth.com and was a contributing blogger to the Huffington Post’s “Power of Humanity” editorial platform dedicated to infusing more compassion into healthcare and our daily lives.

About the Author

Dr. Mazer is President and CEO of Healing HealthCare Systems. Working in healthcare for more than 35 years, Dr. Mazer has written many articles and white papers. She has spoken at conferences around the country on topics like: Hospital noise, speech privacy, patient experience, patient safety, and other related topics. Dr. Mazer writes a weekly blog on www.healinghealth.com and was a contributing blogger to the Huffington Post’s “Power of Humanity” editorial platform dedicated to infusing more compassion into healthcare and our daily lives.

About the Author

Dr. Mazer is President and CEO of Healing HealthCare Systems. Working in healthcare for more than 35 years, Dr. Mazer has written many articles and white papers. She has spoken at conferences around the country on topics like: Hospital noise, speech privacy, patient experience, patient safety, and other related topics. Dr. Mazer writes a weekly blog on www.healinghealth.com and was a contributing blogger to the Huffington Post’s “Power of Humanity” editorial platform dedicated to infusing more compassion into healthcare and our daily lives.