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What Matters to You?

Ask What Matters. Listen to What Matters. Do What Matters.

What Matters to You? Day is about encouraging more meaningful conversations with patients and families who receive healthcare, and with staff, physicians and volunteers who provide it. It is also about having important conversations about what matters to us during difficult times.

Asking what matters helps healthcare teams to further understand what is important to their patients. Providing care that focuses on the needs of patients and families leads to stronger partnerships, improved treatment and health outcomes, patient safety, and an overall better care experience. But it’s also important to have these conversations with our own families, healthcare teams and colleagues so they know what’s important to us.

Discovering what matters most to our patients, ourselves and our loved ones helps all of us recognize and take action to support the people we care for, as well as take better care of ourselves.

Please join us on June 9th, and every other day, to ask What Matters to You?. Let us know on social media #wmtyAB.

Patients & Families

Reflect on what matters most to you in your care and share it with your healthcare team.

Talk to your loved ones about what matters most. Make sure your healthcare team and your loved ones know what matters most to you.

Have "Conversations that Matter" around Advance Care Planning.

Social Media

Join the conversation and share your ideas, experiences and photos about “What Matters to You” on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook using #wmtyAB.

Follow the movement @ahs_media

AHS Staff & Leaders, Healthcare Providers & Partners

Ask your patients and families what matters to them. It’s a simple question that has a big impact.

Have a conversation with your peers and staff and ask each other "What Matters to You?".