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Ask Me 3 is a patient education program designed to improve communication between patients and health care providers, encourage patients to become active members of their health care team, and promote improved health outcomes. The program encourages patients to ask their health care providers three questions:

 

1. What is my main problem?

2. What do I need to do?

3. Why is it important for me to do this?

Studies show that people who understand health instructions make fewer mistakes when they take their medicine or prepare for a medical procedure. They may also get well sooner or be able to better manage a chronic health condition.

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Organizations that are members of the Stand Up for Patient Safety Program can receive complimentary, production-ready Ask Me 3 materials and have permission to cobrand them with their organization’s logo. For more information, Contact Us via e-mail.

 

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Ask Me 3 is a registered trademark licensed to the National Patient Safety Foundation.

 

Below are Ask Me 3 Resources provided free of charge

 

Ask Me 3 Documents

Item Name Posted By Date Posted
Stats At-a-Glance (English) PDF (97.37 KB) Administration 7/7/2014
Stats At-a-Glance (Spanish) PDF (96.66 KB) Administration 7/7/2014
Words to Watch (English) PDF (137.92 KB) Administration 7/7/2014
Words to Watch (Spanish) PDF (113.42 KB) Administration 7/7/2014
Low Health Literacy: Implications for Natl Health PDF (736.9 KB) Administration 7/7/2014
Health Literacy: A Prescription to End Confusion Link Administration 7/7/2014
more Calendar

11/3/2014 » 11/6/2014
Moving Forward with Patient- and Family-Centered Care Partnerships for Quality and Safety

12/1/2014
HAI Reduction and Patient Engagement

Featured Members
Barbara M. Balik RN EdDPrincipal, Common Fire Healthcare Consulting
Ann S. Blouin PhD RN FACHEExecutive VP, Customer Relations, The Joint Commission

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