Topic: Patient-Centered Care
As Adventist Health System embarked on a rebrand aimed to highlight its mission, it also launched a new training program to promote a culture change.
For providers, the best way to meet consumer demand is to increase patient engagement. Here are five actions to redefine patient engagement.
Healthcare incumbents have tried for decades to aggregate providers. But we are now seeing adjacent industries get into the healthcare game.
A new report says that advanced primary care—and in particular the patient-centered medical home—contribute to an ACO’s success.
The recent suicides of celebrities put the problem in the headlines. Here’s what doctors can do to help identify patients at risk and get them help.
America’s Essential Hospitals will undertake a research project aimed at improving patients’ trust in their healthcare providers.
More than 250 physicians in California lost their homes to last year's wildfires but have stayed in practice, and more physician practice news.
Benchmarking may not sound sexy, but it can lead to stronger decision making by health systems—including hospital food service departments.
A new study found that doctors give patients only an average of 11 seconds to explain the reason for their visit and more practice news.
It’s quite literally paid off for many primary care physicians who have participated in CareFirst’s patient-centered medical home model.