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Patient compliance

July/August 2018 Issue
Patient Inducements: The New Dos and Don'ts [Feature]

The limits on giving free goods and services to Medicare and Medicaid patients are complex. Here’s how to avoid regulatory trouble.


July/August 2018 Issue
Teach-Back: A Simple Technique to Enhance Patients’ Understanding [Feature]

Half of patients leave their visit without understanding what their physician told them, but this simple technique can help.


May/June 2018 Issue
A Practical Approach to Screening for Social Determinants of Health [Feature]

Screening patients to understand their social context is the gateway to addressing barriers and improving health.


May/June 2018 Issue
Screening for Social Determinants of Health: An Opportunity or Unreasonable Burden? [From the Editor]

Socioeconomic and environmental factors are the largest contributors to patient health, so is it our duty to address them?


November/December 2017 Issue
Back to Basics: Five Steps to Better Influenza Vaccination Rates [Feature]

Getting more patients immunized against the flu does not require complicated strategies.


September/October 2017 Issue
How to Talk to Reluctant Patients About the Flu Shot [Feature]

This three-step framework can help you address patients' concerns about influenza immunization.


May/June 2017 Issue
Using Alcohol Screening and Brief Intervention to Address Patients' Risky Drinking [Feature]

Asking patients about their drinking habits is a straightforward way to boost health and revenue.


November/December 2016 Issue
Using Health Confidence to Improve Patient Outcomes [Feature]

Tracking patient engagement is a key step to enhancing health and reducing costs.


September/October 2016 Issue
Using Motivational Interviewing to Promote Healthy Weight [Feature]

Encouraging patients to talk about their goals rather than their obstacles can lead to long-term change.


September/October 2016 Issue
Practical Ways to Improve Medication Adherence [The Last Word]

Half of our patients do not take their medications, but we can change that.


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