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September/October 2018 Issue
Six Mobile Apps to Get Patients Started Exercising [SPPACES: App Reviews]
Patients have many reasons for not being active. These apps can help push past some of those obstacles.
Recommend these apps for patients interested in incorporating mindfulness into their care plan.
March/April 2018 Issue
Five Mobile Apps to Help Patients With Anxiety and Depression [SPPACES: App Reviews]
When patients need some assistance coping with mental distress, consider these apps.
Recommend these mobile apps to patients as a way to reinforce recommended lifestyle changes.
MyFitnessPal allows users to track calories, monitor progress toward weight-management goals, and gain support from an online community.
These multifaceted employees can improve patient care, generate additional net revenue, and prepare your practice for the future.
With two minutes and two tools, you can help your patients make healthier choices.
Used in combination with traditional medical treatment, health coaching can help improve outcomes by getting patients more involved in their own health.
Even patients with specialized conditions such as sickle cell disease need primary care physicians.
This simple interviewing technique is designed to stimulate patients' desire to change and give them the confidence to do so.