Dr. Schumann is a general internist. His blog, GlassHospital, seeks to bring transparency to medical practice and to improve the patient experience.
With better communication techniques, doctors can chart a middle path, one that addresses patient needs and optimal medical practice, said Dr. ... If the patient asks for an antidepressant, the physician might say, according to Dr.
More while I could have it. More because my patient was preparing to leave. ... Because it was true. My patient passed away yesterday. Only a few hours after that encounter.
His research interests include doctor-patient communication, bioethics, and systematic reviews. He is also a poet, journalist and translator in Yiddish and English.
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...
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
But experts often note that the biggest potential for the mobile medical app may be for improving physician-patient communication and, in turn, patient adherence. ... What many [providers] are moving toward are curating apps that are both
If doctors communicate poorly with my patient, they will be less likely to get well, and will hence be more likely to need their services. ... Killing time. One of the most remarkable differences in my new practice is the amount of time I can give each
Do we need a talking cure? The New York Times has just launched a new blog, "Doctors and Patients Start Talking," with the goal of healing the confidence and communication gap
Standard 1: Access and Communication Points (9). A. Has written standards for patient access and patient communication 4. ... B. Uses data to show it meets its standards for patient access and communication 5.