Investing in Patient Education

August 10, 2010



As a focus on preventive care and technology have advanced, patient education no longer consists only of a physician talking with the patient and perhaps passing along a brochure to read. Now, patient education has evolved with sophisticated tools and resources that can help patients make informed decisions and increase compliance. For practices, providing easy-to-use educational materials can save time, help promote the practice, and build relationships with patients. This paper addresses the importance of patient education and how practices can adopt an appropriate education program.

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