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Inconvenient disagreement

If I say yes I have implicated myself in the patient’s potential self-harm. ... His research interests include doctor-patient communication, bioethics, and systematic reviews. He is also a poet, journalist and translator in Yiddish and English.
November 2019

A physician who e-mails patients—and likes it

Adler. But electronic communication cuts out many of the steps and delays (and potential for miscommunication) included in the traditional patient-physician phone contact. ... The flood of e-mailed questions that is thought by many docs to be a peril of
January 2009

Trash-talking other doctors?

Made polite noises? Reflected the patient’s feelings? I did those as well. ... His research interests include doctor-patient communication, bioethics, and systematic reviews. He is also a poet, journalist and translator in Yiddish and English.
November 2019

Care, primarily

Primary care is about relationship, about doctor knowing patient and patient knowing doctor. ... But I do think the pressure to become an E/M coding machine, for focusing on the business over the patient, is getting progressively stronger.
November 2019

'Freakish'

My patient, minding her own business and moving slowly through the aisles of a store. ... So, a few years after I came to Atlanta, I called Zoo Atlanta on behalf of a patient of mine.
November 2019

What is quality?

According to me:. [T]he ability to bring more than one style of communication to bear in meeting the needs of a varied patient base. ... That’s simple (not the same as easy): time. Taking the time to listen, get to know what kind of communication the
November 2019

Sorting out the worst offenders among herbal supplements

And some don't even want to open that box because a patient might, for example, talk for 20 minutes about why passion flower and willow bark are so important to ... Then I try to find the most evidence-based and least toxic [supplement] to explore
October 2009

Still caring

Still caring. I got a call from a patient who had a family member sick and in the ICU. ... I went to the room where my patient was with her family member, and got a run-down of his current status.
November 2019

QD--News Every Day: What's keeping you busy these days?

E-mails averaged 16.8 per day: 59.3% to interpret test results, 21.7% for patient responses, 9.3% for administrative problems, 5.0% for acute problems, 2.8% for ... Imaging reports averaged 11.1 per day, usually requiring patient communication and
November 2019

Simply difficult

But in a way, I do know, as backstories are not limited to the patient side of the equation. ... Does it hurt my patients to have me bring my own pain into the patient encounter?
November 2019

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