March 7th 2023
Showing empathy improves patient satisfaction, but not every doctor is naturally good at expressing feelings to patients.
February 21st 2023
Health equity metrics are increasingly required in value-based care.
February 20th 2023
How primary care physicians can help
February 16th 2023
It takes just one problem or inconvenience to affect the patient’s experience at your practice.
February 10th 2023
For the first time, clinicians have been able to get a “behind the scenes look” into their patient’s environment during telehealth visits.
Patient flow's impact on the practice
For 15 years, I unquestioningly followed my organization’s standard process for patient flow. Not anymore.
Treating the whole person can reduce disparities and drive patient trust
As we continue to face the COVID-19 pandemic and its long-term consequences, it is more important than ever for providers to build trust with patients.
Caring must be prioritized over coding
Is the coding taking priority over the caring?
Embracing an eCOA strategy: Making the switch from paper diaries
Thanks to being faster, on-demand, and more customizable, decentralized clinical trials are here to stay.
The scales: A metaphor for managing difficult patients
The right communication strategy can keep you from losing a patient.
Burnout's impact on patient care
One woman's story illustrates the importance of patient care, even when you're burned out.
The case for integrating patient perspectives into continuing medical education
A key aspect of medical education is understanding the perspective of the patient being treated.
The broken promise of digitizing patient data
Digitizing patient health data was supposed to make it usable for public and population health research. So far, that hasn’t happened.
Engage genomics specialists to enrich patient care
As providers face more conditions and treatments with an underlying genomic component it’s difficult to stay abreast of all the rapid advances.
Getting closer to a people always strategy: Unlocking empathy at scale
Patients are first and always a person.
Adopt a true patient-centric approach with a single point of operational control
Personalization is an expected standard for today’s patients.
The case for gamifying pediatric chronic condition management
For the more than 21 million children living with chronic conditions, adherence to these types of treatment plans and medication regimens is an indelible daily part of their young lives.
Practice tip of the week: Engaging patients in digital check-in
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Leveraging data to enhance the care, lives of seriously ill patients
Transferring seriously ill patients to a different care setting at the right time may be the greatest prescription a provider can offer them.
Improving colorectal cancer screening rates
These ideas should also help GI practices improve their performances as well.
Poll: Clinicians say COVID-19 testing remains critical
Two-thirds report conducting on-site testing.
6 Benefits of digital front doors
As patient volumes grow, digital front doors can be a boon to your practice.
3 Things physicians should consider when treating long Covid
One significant challenge facing physicians is that the most prominent symptoms of long COVID have been traditionally among the most challenging to treat.
Close partnerships between primary and virtual care providers needed to deliver optimal chronic disease care
Clinicians and their care teams lack the time and resources to manage chronic diseases optimally.
Crisis-proofing specialty therapies: Sophia’s journey
Maintaining treatment for patients with chronic conditions during a crisis requires healthcare technology that keeps everyone connected.
Food security is the missing link in managing chronic conditions
A healthful diet can help people diagnosed with chronic conditions manage their diseases and prevent complications.
Practice tip of the week: Creating a patient satisfaction improvement plan
Practice tip of the week: 10 Customer Service Habits for Your Medical Practice
Practice tip of the week: Seven communication sins every practice should avoid
Practice tip of the week: Six things to never say to a patient
Practice tip of the week: Why you should know your patient’s behavioral styles
Practice tip of the week: Humility
Practice tip of the week: How to support LGBTQ+ patients year-round
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