ITEMS IN FPM ON TOPIC:
These four components can help you provide care that is more proactive, organized and satisfying.
(But each piece is useful in itself.)
With a thoughtful approach, you can maintain your focus on the patient.
Team-based, proactive care supported by effective office systems, technology and a culture of improvement will help your patients and your bottom line.
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.
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.
By simply moving dictation into the exam room, you may improve your practice in at least seven ways.