The Patient Performance Enhancement Test (PET) is a unique patient self-assessment tool for healthcare providers to identify the non-medical factors that impact a patient’s ability to follow medical instructions and achievethe best outcome. It focuses on the major non-clinical areas shown by studies to impact outcomes: (1) socioeconomic andfinancial status; (2) health literacy; (3) family and social support; (4) lifestyle and (5) personality/emotional intelligence.


• Identify vulnerable patients
• Reduce re-admissions and improve outcomes
• Improve patient satisfaction scores
• Create staff and clinical efficiencies
• Allocate limited resources more efficiently
• Obtain reports from PPI showing cross-population trends

 


• Understand patient non-clinical factors which may impact outcomes
• Actionable data to consider in formulating treatment plans
• Hear from patients pre-discharge, whether they are confused
• Improve care coordination – PET report lives in medical records
• Increase patient satisfaction by driving discussions around their reported risks

 


• Hear from patients about their needs before you even walk in the room
• Create consistency in patient assessments
• Better coordination among care management/social services team
• Easy to use, share & train on for your entire team
• Catch risk factors patients may not disclose in interviews