Note to patients: Dr. Google shouldn't see you now.
We all want to help alleviate our patients’ pain. However, the word pain should not produce a knee-jerk reaction of prescribing pain medication.
How trauma informed care can lead to better care for all: A perspective in caring for human trafficking survivors
More patients are recording their visits at the doctor’s office, sometimes without permission.
The treatment needed by many patients need cannot be packaged in a pill form. True treatment of the person involves so much more.
As the saying goes, it’s not what you said but how you make them feel. Being more conscientious of your delivery can improve communication with patients, staff, and colleagues.
It may not be the most wonderful time of the year for some patients. Here's how healthcare providers can help.
This vision of addiction and chronic pain care is a pipe dream in this era of such limited resources.
Healthcare practitioners and marketers want patients to leave reviews. Unfortunately, not all reviews are positive and constructive. Here’s how to handle negative reviews so they don’t damage your practice’s growth or reputation.
Parting ways with patients and staff is a difficult and emotional process. Here’s some gentle guidance.