Social factors often have greater influence on patients' health than medical care. Identifying those factors is the first step to addressing them.
SHANNON J. VOOGT, KELLI PRATT, AMBER ROLLET
These five strategies can help you create positive and compassionate patient interactions without adding significant time to the visit.
ANN BLAIR KENNEDY, SHANNON STARK TAYLOR, CARL J. LAVIE, STEVEN N. BLAIR
Discriminatory attitudes about patients who are overweight or obese are pervasive in society, even among physicians. Here are five steps to help change that.
ERIN MORCOMB, KRISTINA SCHLECHT, EDWARD MALONE, III
Simple steps to enhance the patient experience can improve your experience as well.
One way to find out is to ask them via a patient advisory council.
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COAX PATIENTS WITH OUD BACK INTO THE OFFICE | USE TEMPLATES FOR PATIENT CONSENT FORMS | GIVE OBJECTIVE STATEMENTS ABOUT WORK-RELATED INJURIES
Whether distrust stems from discrimination or other negative experiences, “Seek first to understand.”
Explore what the person-centered primary care measure is and its importance in making quality measurement meaningful.
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