BRUCE BAGLEY, JASON MITCHELL
Organizing chronic illness care with a registry will streamline your workflow, improve patient outcomes and provide data for quality improvement.
ANTON J. KUZEL
Trying to do it all yourself is not only unwise but increasingly impractical.
ELIZABETH E. STEWART, CHESTER FOX
This simple interviewing technique is designed to stimulate patients' desire to change and give them the confidence to do so.
ROBERT K. LYON, JAMES G. SLAWSON
Delivering better chronic disease care is a team sport that requires a clear game plan.
You need teamwork, data and a new approach to involving your patients.
A $1.5 million study is underway to determine whether this practice is a good idea. Spoiler alert: It is.
Pap smear collections | Driving assessments | Pediatric nutritional education
Lani Stover, Mary Fairbanks, Tom N. Edwards
Provide patients with a clear timeline regarding lab results | Whistle to calm children during ear exams | Keep legible notes to defend against malpractice | Ask new patients how they heard about your practice | Request payment at check-in
Defiant, defensive and depressed, he was the highlight of my day.
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