Scribes According to a recent Viewpoint article in the Journal of the American Medical Association, some 22 companies operating in 44 states provide scribe services.1 Over the last number of[…]
So often patients sign a consent form without really reading the content closely. They depend upon the dialogue with the care provider for the “details” or assume the form is[…]
The Risk of “e” Curbside Consultations Anecdotal stories abound about so-called “curbside” consultations. An orthopedic surgeon is stopped by an OR nurse in the ambulatory surgery center parking lot. “Doctor,[…]
Attached please find the Sept. issue of Dialogues in Healthcare focusing on digital and print health literacy. Click to Read More.
This month’s issue focuses on the need for effective patient-provider communications in the outpatient physiotherapy setting. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. A sample[…]
Patient “Preferences” Versus Patient “Needs” Advocates who promote shared decision-making (SDM) acknowledge that patient preferences must be recognized and respected. Patient “preferences” are also an integral part of the Affordable[…]