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Inconvenient disagreement

If I say yes I have implicated myself in the patient’s potential self-harm. ... His research interests include doctor-patient communication, bioethics, and systematic reviews. He is also a poet, journalist and translator in Yiddish and English.
September 2020

Trash-talking other doctors?

Made polite noises? Reflected the patient’s feelings? I did those as well. ... His research interests include doctor-patient communication, bioethics, and systematic reviews. He is also a poet, journalist and translator in Yiddish and English.
September 2020

Care, primarily

Primary care is about relationship, about doctor knowing patient and patient knowing doctor. ... But I do think the pressure to become an E/M coding machine, for focusing on the business over the patient, is getting progressively stronger.
September 2020

Still caring

Still caring. I got a call from a patient who had a family member sick and in the ICU. ... I went to the room where my patient was with her family member, and got a run-down of his current status.
September 2020

Simply difficult

But in a way, I do know, as backstories are not limited to the patient side of the equation. ... Does it hurt my patients to have me bring my own pain into the patient encounter?
September 2020

Shot callers

But that? That calls for a shot-caller. A person who not only knows and loves the patient well enough to know their wishes. ... But especially who's also willing to step in as an advocate to assure the patient the gets the treatment they'd want.
September 2020

Campaign promises

I had an amazing day on Friday. It started with a phone call from a local physician, one who I have never seen as an outside-the-box thinker...
September 2020

Paging Dr. Big Brother

Patients who fail to take their medications properly suffer unnecessary complications, raise health care costs and drive their physicians nu...
September 2020

'Pleasantly demented'

Pleasantly demented'. Scene: Morning rounds. Six medical types, varying in station from student to graybeard, are outside a patient's hospital room. ... Jennifer: The patient is a pleasantly demented 89 year-old female brought in last night by her family
September 2020

‘Discontinued’ medications a problem when using EHRs

I started to look into it after a patient whose medication I had discontinued came back in on it. ... Q: What are some short- and long-term potential solutions? A: Over the short term, [we need] more patient communication.
April 2013

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