Despite crossover in forms, both represent different things.
The science of personality and why self-awareness matters.
Health outcomes are a result of social, behavioral and economic factors that physicians can’t control—but can help patients with.
Physicians study how to heal patients. But they also need to learn how to grieve their loss.
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?
Health coaching might be the middleman the American healthcare system needs to make reform a reality.
Physicians can stop writing prescriptions and actually help reduce chronic disease, comorbidities and pharmacology by educating their patients about what to eat.
The quality of patient care depends on high-functioning providers. The increasing trend and data confirming the negative impact of physicians’ ill health on patient care means that the healthcare industry must search for answers — now.