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  • Provide timely and comprehensive verbal and written communication to patients/advocates (ICS-A1)
  • Effectively use verbal and nonverbal skills to create rapport with patients/families (ICS-A2)
  • Use communication skills to build a therpeutic relationship (ICS-A3)
  • Engage patients/advocates in shared decision making for uncomplicated diagnostic and therapeutic scenarios (ICS-A4)
  • Utilize patient centered educational strategiesĀ (ICS-A5)
  • Engage patient/advocates in shared decision-making for difficult, ambiguous or controversial scenarios (ICS-A6)
  • Appropriately counsel patients about the risks and benefits of tests and procedures highlighting cost awareness and resource allocation (ICS-A7)
  • Role model effective communication skills in challenging situations (ICS-A8)
  • Effectively use an interpreter to engage patient in the clinical setting, including patient education (ICS-B1)
  • Demonstrate sensitivity to differences in patients including but no limited to race, culture, gender, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, literacy, and religious beliefsĀ (ICS-B2)
  • Actively seek to understand patient differences and views and reflects this in respectful communication and shared decision-making with the patient and the healthcare teamĀ (ICS-B3)
  • Effectively communicate with other caregivers in order to maintain appropriate continuity during transitions of care (ICS-C1)
  • Role model and teach effective communication with next caregivers during transitions of care (ICS-C2)
  • Deliver appropriate, succinct, hypothesis-driven oral presentations (ICS-D1)
    Effectively communicate plan of care to all members of the health care team (ICS-D2)
  • Engage in collaborative communication with all members of the health care team (ICS-D3)
  • Request consultative services in an effective manner (ICS-E1)
  • Clearly communicate the role of consultant to the patient, in support of the primary care relationship (ICS-E2)
  • Communicate consultative recommendations to the referring team in an effective manner (ICS-E3)
  • Provide legible, accurate, complete, and timely written communication that is congruent with medical standards (ICS-F1)
  • Ensure succint, relevant and patient-specific written communication (ICS-F2)
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