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Patient-centered care

July/August 2019 Issue
Communication Tips for Caring for Survivors of Sexual Assault [Feature]

You can support your patients’ recovery from sexual assault by interacting with them in an empowering, compassionate manner.


July/August 2019 Issue
Why I Don’t Share Patients [The Last Word]

Health care is fragmented enough, so why would we want to fragment it even more?


May/June 2019 Issue
Risk Stratification: A Two-Step Process for Identifying Your Sickest Patients [Feature]

Assessing the health risk of your patients can yield improvements in efficiency and use of resources.


September/October 2017 Issue
Finding the Bright Spots in Value-Based Care [Feature]

Taking one small step at a time, primary care practices can lead the way as the health care system begins to reward value.


May/June 2017 Issue
A Simple Approach to Shared Decision Making in Cancer Screening [Feature]

When screening decisions aren't clear, this process can help you help your patients.


November/December 2016 Issue
Sharing Visit Notes: Are We Ready and Willing? [From the Editor]

Will this really improve patient care?


November/December 2016 Issue
Sharing Visit Notes: Getting Patients and Physicians on the Same Page [Feature]

Inviting patients to review your visit notes is a promising change in practice. Here’s how to get started.


July/August 2015 Issue
How to Help Your Patients Choose Wisely [Feature]

Steer patients away from inappropriate and overused procedures that can diminish health care.


September/October 2014 Issue
Health Confidence: A Simple, Essential Measure for Patient Engagement and Better Practice [Feature]

Asking patients this one question can lead to better outcomes.


September/October 2014 Issue
Tools of the Trade [From the Editor]

Need help with quality, practice productivity, and population health? You've come to the right place.


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