Areas of expertise: Medical education, physician-patient relationship, interpersonal and communication skills, outpatient internal medicine, women's health. ... Current activities in patient care and teaching: Adult hospital medicine, 85%; teaching 15%.
These patients can evoke a sense of failure and frustration in the physician. ... physician-patient relationship,” Patient Education and Counseling 48 , pp.
Advantages: generally more equitable; lower administrative costs; lower per capita health care expenditures; higher levels of patient satisfaction; and higher performance on measures of quality and access than systems using private ... 4. The system
Reducing administrative burdens that interfere with the patient-physician relationship. Improving access to mental health services and integration of behavioral health into team-based primary care. ... Expanding access to telehealth services in the
Current patient care activities: Internal medicine hospitalist service, 4 months per year (33% time). ... Areas of expertise: Medical education, physician-patient relationship, interpersonal and communication skills, outpatient internal medicine, women's
Fleming. Some cultures may have mores and languages that may affect communication and ultimately physician-patient interaction. ... Recognize them, be sensitive to them, and act in an appropriate way that will make the physician-patient relationship
A new initiative announced at the fall 2014 Board of Governors meeting, “Patients before Paperwork,” is designed to reinvigorate the physician-patient relationship by challenging unnecessary practice burdens. ... It is attempting to piece together
The fiduciary obligation of physicians in the patient-physician relationship is strengthened by the idea that the needs of the patient should take precedence over the needs of the physician. ... Crausman RS, Baruch JM. Abandonment in the
A: I think preserving the physician-patient relationship is extremely important. The physician needs to explain the reasoning behind the recommendations and fully disclose what might happen: “I may find a ... That physician might refer the patient to
In a trusting physician-patient relationship, however, patients are more likely to be honest, she said. ... But it's not optional, Dr. Brown said. "You have to develop a trusting relationship with the patient.