Patient-centered care and health information technology

Read the following attached:

Artificial Intelligence and the Ongoing Need for Empathy, Compassion, and Trust in Health.

“Caring about Me”: A Pilot Framework to Understand Patient-Centered Care Experience in Integrated Care – A Qualitative Study.

Watch the following videos:

Delivering Patient-Centered Care (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eq7VK6LoJ84)

An Overview of the Patient-Centered Approach (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Nf4yYoqNe0)

Patient-centered care is a critical aspect of high-quality patient care, and health information plays a key role in achieving patient-centered care. Health information technology (HIT) provides patients’ health information, assists health care providers in delivering better patient-centered care, and promotes care that is based on patients’ values and preferences.

In 250 to 350 words, address the following:

Discuss the concept of patent-centered care and the roles health care professionals have that advance patient safety, engagement, and satisfaction.

Utilize one tool on the Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s Tools (https://www.ihi.org/resources/Pages/Tools/default.aspx) webpage to develop a healthcare organization’s culture of safety that is patient-centered.

Examine the role HIT has on measuring and improving the quality of care being delivered.

Describe how HIT can enable patient-centered care.

Support your response with at least two scholarly sources published within the last 5 years in APA Style.