Topic: Patient-Centered Care
ORLANDO, Fla.—Competition is not the answer to healthcare's woes, according to Don Berwick, M.D. It is the problem.
ORLANDO, Fla.—A true physician-patient partnership means greater patient engagement and can increase physician satisfaction.
Scripps will soon move to a regional model, eliminating the CEO role at its five hospitals and taking actions to cut its costs by $30 million.
It turns out the age of a physician does influence the likelihood patients will have a complaint—but it might not be the result you thought.
During Women's Day at an Omaha, Nebraska, patient-centered medical home, patients got a manicure along with their routine screenings.
Though many Americans face long waits for liver transplants, some hospitals perform the operations on wealthy patients from overseas.
Chronic disease management improved the more primary care clinics implemented components of a patient-centered medical home model.
You’ve no doubt heard of OpenNotes, but is the next step OurNotes, where patients actually contribute to their doctors’ notes?
What being old and sick in America can mean—and how older patients can navigate the often treacherous journey through the healthcare system.
Inpatients who are cared for by their primary care physicians have lower mortality rates than those treated by hospitalists, according to a new study.