Monthly Archives: July 2014

We discuss it time and time again, but it is fair to wonder whether there exists a place that has truly implemented a system that improves upon patient satisfaction, quality and safety, and cost transparency. As soon as you go on the...
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It is difficult to even talk about. I’m all about patient empowerment, of course, but it feels less than empowering to ummmmm….remind a medical professional to wash his hands before examining me. I’m a mother, and I don’t hesitate to tell everyone...
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Almost all of us have heard harsh criticism of the VA in the last month or so. According to Neil Versel, who has penned an article for Forbes explaining why the recent scheduling scandal has unnecessarily marred the VA’s reputation, the VA...
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Recently, we came across an article on the Patient – Centered Primary Care Collaborative website. The article, originally published in Physician’s Money Digest, on July 7, is entitled “Physician Engagement Key to Patient – Centered Medical Home Model”. According to the article,...
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