PCPs are the front lines of the culture change about discussing advance directives, end-of-life care and death.
Pamela Tabar, CADDCT, CDP
Ways primary care practices can educate patients about advance directives and empower them to make decisions about their health and quality of life.
New research is studying the effects of stress and long hours on physician intern health, and it’s changing their DNA.
Cognitive screenings are part of Medicare’s Annual Wellness Visit. But what’s the best way for physicians to empower patients on the subject of brain health?
When it comes to cognitive decline, primary care physicians are the front lines of detection and patient education.