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Patient-centered care

Mar 2006 Issue
EHRs in the Exam Room: Tips on Patient-Centered Care [Feature]

With a thoughtful approach, you can maintain your focus on the patient.


May 2005 Issue
The New Model of Care in Family Medicine: What's In It For You? [Feature]

Team-based, proactive care supported by effective office systems, technology and a culture of improvement will help your patients and your bottom line.


Sep 2004 Issue
Making Time to Listen [Feature]

This family physician created a model of practice that allows him to spend quality time with patients.


May 2004 Issue
Patient-Physician Partnering to Improve Chronic Disease Care [Improving Patient Care]

The article explains how a physician-patient agreement can help patients with chronic diseases become more involved in their care and have better outcomes.


Jul-Aug 2002 Issue
20 Tips to Help Prevent Medical Errors [Patient Education]


Oct 2001 Issue
Starting a Revolution in Office-Based Care [Feature]

A nationwide experiment is asking practices to forget the way they’ve always done it and pursue the ideal in patient care.


Sep 2001 Issue
Involving Patients in Medical Decisions: What Happens in Real-World Practice? [Improving Patient Care]

The article, which continues our series on take-away lessons from the Direct Observation of Primary Care Study, shows how FPs can help patients take a more active role in making decisions about their medical care and why this is beneficial.


Sep 2001 Issue
Seven Reasons to Dictate in the Presence of Your Patients [Feature]

By simply moving dictation into the exam room, you may improve your practice in at least seven ways.


Jun 2000 Issue
Planning Group Visits for High-Risk Patients [Feature]

You'll not only have more satisfied patients and better compliance, but you'll also be compensated for your services.


Mar 2000 Issue
Are You Practicing 'Opportunistic' Prevention? [Improving Patient Care]

The article, part of a series based on research from the Direct Observation of Primary Care Study, will explore the effectiveness of delivering preventive services during illness visits and how it affects patient satisfaction.


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