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Know yuan to say yuan: a report from Beijing on quality, patients and doctors

I loved to see how she sat a table face to face with a patient, writing in a notebook while her junior colleagues provided prescriptions to the patient she had just ... His research interests include doctor-patient communication, bioethics, and
May 2022

Improving ambulatory care

Improving ambulatory care. I recently attended the IHI conference entitled “Improving Patient Care in the Office Practice and the Community“ in Washington, D.C. ... Really impressive. Laura Adams of the Rhode Island Quality Institute gave a keynote
May 2022

Happy New Year!

Accessibility. If they need me, they can reach me. In fact, I just answered a question for a patient right before I wrote this sentence. ... That’s probably the best thing that has happened: I’ve become much more patient with the process.
May 2022

Shot callers

But that? That calls for a shot-caller. A person who not only knows and loves the patient well enough to know their wishes. ... But especially who's also willing to step in as an advocate to assure the patient the gets the treatment they'd want.
May 2022

Entering the narrative

Instead of being a written account of the care given to the patient (i.e. ... That's what patient-centered care really is. It's their story, not ours.
May 2022

'We called and called'

She had a son. The patient was from Ecuador but various Hopkins people were under different impressions about where the son was living. ... His research interests include doctor-patient communication, bioethics, and systematic reviews. He is also a poet,
May 2022

Do stuff

*details changed to protect anonymity (as always) “Live while you got all your rhythm in your hips still, okay?” —Mrs. Sanders If you looked...
May 2022

Without question

The patient answered, not his mom. “Um, no. I think you've explained it all to me.”. ... Which, in a way, is pretty ridiculous, you know? I mean this patient was grown, man.
May 2022

Who believes in health myths? You! And wait, me too?

His research interests include doctor-patient communication, bioethics, and systematic reviews. He is also a poet, journalist and translator in Yiddish and English.
May 2022

Next to the next-of-kin

It did. Now. I will come right on out and make a confession counter to that last statement: It feels good when I have a very personal connection to the patient ... or the loved one of the patient.
May 2022

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