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'You are welcome'

Patient 2: Self-pay (have high-deductible insurance and a health savings account). ... Patient 4: Commercial insurance. Age: 40s. Significant head injury without loss of consciousness.
August 2019

Doctor, patient, friend: Blurring the boundaries

2. Discuss with patients the need to document doctor-patient communication in the medical record. ... Those same physicians might hesitate to have coffee or dinner with a patient.
August 2019

Some type of way

When I saw you on rounds today you were quiet. Your eyes looked in my direction but were otherwise vacant. This was a change. Me: “You okay?...
August 2019

The youth code

And since he was generally such a motivated and great patient, it wasn't unreasonable for someone to give that a shot. ... push myself to think about the WHY of a patient's position instead of just my own agenda.
August 2019

Why doctors interrupt

One of the findings led me to discuss the patient's case with a cardiologist. ... In more abstract terms interruption is a communication strategy that reinforces physician dominance in the hierarchy of the patient-physician relationship.
August 2019

A death well spent

Medications such as nicotine patches, Zyban, Chantix, anti-anxiety agents and antidepressants are more often than not either ineffective or result in intolerable side effects in this type of patient. ... What is remarkable about the patient I am caring
August 2019

Patients as partners

Yet I believe he still has something to teach the 21st century on the topic of patient participation. ... today's patient as consumer and active participant in the doctor-patient relationship.
August 2019

10 simple questions with complicated answers that people ask their doctors

His research interests include doctor-patient communication, bioethics, and systematic reviews. He is also a poet, journalist and translator in Yiddish and English.
August 2019

Care on the continuum

The end-result is an episodic approach to care that is entirely dependent on the patient paying for an encounter. ... I can hear about early symptoms of asthma, not waiting for the patient to come in with a full-blown attack.
August 2019

Fight back against feedback

If it's time to brush up on patient management skills, here's some suggested reading:.
August 2019

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