The Care Partner Project

Helping you get the care you want for the people you love.

 

Hospitals work hard to make care safe, but it’s no secret that medical providers are stretched and stressed. Inevitably, cracks in care occur, which accidentally harm about 12 million patients every year in the U.S. The solution? Pitching in for patients! Whether you’re a family member, friend, nurse or doctor, Care Partner Project resources prepare you for safe & sound care.

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The Care Partner Project

Helping you get the care you want for the people you love.

The Care Partner Project

Helping you get the care you want for the people you love.

The Care Partner Project

Helping you get the care you want for the people you love.

Teamwork Is Key

Hospitals work hard to make care safe, but it’s no secret that our medical  providers are stretched and stressed.

Inevitably, cracks in care occur which accidentally harm about 12 million patients every year in the US.

The Solution? Pitch in for patients! Whether you are a family member, friend, nurse or doctor, Care Partner Project resources help you team up for safe & sound care.

Preparation = Peace of Mind 

If our family had Care Partner checklists, dad would be alive today.

–Karen Curtiss,  Founder and Executive Director

Find a Family Care Partner Guide to Help You

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Patients and Families, Download our Free Hospital Stay Checklists! 

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Need a webinar or meeting speaker? We have dynamic programs! 

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Are you alone and uninsured. Could you use an advocate to help you get medical care? We can help!

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Facing surgery, childbirth? Share our checklists with your Care Partner for  peace of mind, especially yours! 

Upcoming Events

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July 

Midwest Advocate Meeting

Hosted: Greater National Advocates, 9AM-12PM, Hyatt: 6350 N. River Rd, Rosemont

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July

Webinar

Karen Curtiss presents: Infection Prevention and When to Sound the Alarm, 1 CEU, hosted by PULSE of NY at 4PM CT.

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August

Falls Prevention Workgroup 

Co-chaired by Karen Curtiss with the Patient Safety Movement Foundation. All patients and families welcome.

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November

Patient Advocate Conference

Hosted by HealthAdvocateX. Co-sponsored by the Care Partner Project. Open to all.

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December

Webinar: How to Get the Most Out of Your Doctor’s Appt.

Sponsored by the Patient Safety Movement, panel discussion with Karen Curtiss.

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January

Community Education Training Series Begins

Open to all new and current Care Partner Project Community Educators, 8-weeks, every Friday, 12-1PM CT.

We’re grateful to our allies in patient-centered care:

Want to partner up for patients? Let’s talk!