ELIZABETH BALTARO, WENDY HENDERSON, KAREN M. GOLDSTEIN
Electronic messaging has the potential to improve care and strengthen patient relationships, but without clear expectations and boundaries, it also has the potential to erode worklife balance for clinicians.
ANGELA GALLEGOS-MACIAS, MANUEL D. PINO
Shifting from an individual physician in-basket to a team-based in-basket pool can reduce physician clerical work and restore joy in practice.
Relationships with patients on long-term opioids for chronic pain can be fulfilling rather than frustrating if physicians employ these strategies.
CHRISTINE A. SINSKY
Traditional scheduling can set physicians up for failure and frustration. Here’s a better way.
Some of our professional skills don’t work well when it’s family.
AGE-APPROPRIATE FORGETFULNESS | REPORTING NORMAL TEST RESULTS | VISION SCREENING DURING CHILD’S ROUTINE EXAM
HELP PATIENTS GET A LONGER SUPPLY OF MEDS PRE-TRAVEL | DE-ADOPT THE REVIEW OF SYSTEMS | HAVE PATIENTS COMPLETE SCREENINGS BEFORE VISITS
DANIEL J. FRASCA
Those affected by codependency are often described as hard-working, determined, and selfless, which could describe most physicians.
AMRISH PATEL, AMRA RESIC, DENÉE MOORE
Part 2: Communication Strategies and Overcoming Vaccine Myths, Misinformation, and Barriers
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