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Lowering physician and patient satisfaction 1 click at a time

Moreover, studies suggest that newly graduating physicians are spending an absolute minimum amount of time every day in direct patient care (as little as 10%). ... Make no mistake, we have witnessed something of a disaster happen in terms of what
May 2022

QD: News Every Day--Pictures on prescriptions may help illiterate patients take medicines correctly

patient populations with low literacy rates.”.
May 2022

Transitioning to a new doctor as a challenge or opportunity

The doctor-patient relationship is the foundational unit of medical care. Like all relationships, it needs to be cultivated and nourished from time to time. ... Dr. Kirsch is a full time practicing physician and writer who addresses the joys and
May 2022

Why can't I have a dentist EHR?

The user interface is so busy and non-intuitive that to show it to a patient would be distracting and eye-numbing. ... The number of clicks, scrolling and entries needed to see even one piece of information makes it nearly impossible to use as education
May 2022

Why my patient left the office

Refer the patient to an expert colonoscopist at 1 of our nearby teaching institutions. ... I would anticipate many questions from the patient and any family member who might be present.
May 2022

QD: News Every Day--Poster-sized commitment to fewer antibiotics offers modest reduction for prescriptions

Rather than direct confrontation with the force of education or nagging, they sought a gentler ‘nudging’ approach that worked harmoniously with the underlying psychology of both patient and clinician.”.
May 2022

Respect at the end of life

When I walked in and tried to shake his hand, he took one step back. He clasped both hands together and nodded in my direction. His expressi...
May 2022

Patient-centered service

Patient-centered service. American health care has a customer service problem. No, customer service in the U.S. ... The simple truth is that in our system the patient is not the customer; the third-party payor is the customer.
May 2022

Good riddance to routine pelvic examinations

Obviously, listening to a patient’s lungs has more value if a patient has fever and a cough. ... Dr. Kirsch is a full time practicing physician and writer who addresses the joys and challenges of medical practice, including controversies in the
May 2022

Behind the scenes in a medical office

Recently, a patient decided that these instructions did not prevent him from eating a full breakfast. ... A patient asks for a work excuse for the entire week following his colonoscopy. •
May 2022

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