ITEMS IN FPM ON TOPIC:

Patient care, general

July/August 2017 Issue
The Key to Getting Through Chemo [The Last Word]

Yes, you need a good doctor, but one other thing is equally as important.


November/December 2015 Issue
Putting Pre-Visit Planning Into Practice [Feature]

Patient visits can be more effective if much of the information gathering is done ahead of time.


May/June 2015 Issue
Blinded by a Patient's Age [The Last Word]

When you see an 18-year-old patient, you don't expect to deliver bad news.


January/February 2014 Issue
Pre-Op Eval [SPPACES: App Reviews]

The Pre-Op Eval app provides evidence-based guidelines for the preoperative evaluation of patients undergoing noncardiac surgery and perioperative medication management.


July/August 2013 Issue
Advancing Multidisciplinary Team Care [Opinion]

A novel approach to treating patients with eating disorders may be a model for those with other complex conditions.


May/June 2013 Issue
The Use of Symptom Diaries in Outpatient Care [Feature]

Symptom diaries can help organize the details of a patient's history.


November/December 2012 Issue
A Toolkit for Clinicians Rounding in Long-Term Care Facilities [Feature]

A lack of appropriate bedside equipment can impede thorough clinical evaluations, but this can be easily remedied.


March/April 2012 Issue
A Nursing Home Documentation Tool for More Efficient Visits [Feature]

This one-page form can help improve care, keep visits patient-centered, and even save you some time.


Mar 2008 Issue
Discussing End-of-Life Care With Your Patients [Feature]

The conversation may not be easy, but your patients will be grateful.


Sep 2006 Issue
The FPM Encounter Forms Collection: 'Paper Automation' of Your Progress Notes [Feature]

Our forms can make documentation faster, easier and more accurate while providing decision support and coding help. What more do you want for nothing?


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