Topic: Physician Engagement
It wasn’t easy for David Loxterkamp, M.D., when two younger doctors left the family practice where he works in rural Maine earlier this year.
You’ve no doubt heard of OpenNotes, but is the next step OurNotes, where patients actually contribute to their doctors’ notes?
The role of a physician coach is also to help doctors rediscover the power of connecting to patients, says Stephen Beeson, M.D.
Researchers at Stanford University have identified six factors that define high-value practices.
Physicians need to step forward and help solve the country’s healthcare problems, leaders of the American Medical Association said.
Doctors can use a standardized checklist to improve the patient experience during office visits, a healthcare network in Hawaii discovered.
Doctors in the U.S. often complain they don't have enough time with patients. It’s a good thing they aren’t practicing elsewhere.
The experience of one Medicare ACO shows that the model can be adapted to meet the needs of safety-net providers and their unique patient populations.
Brigham and Women's Hospital is taking a multipronged approach to engaging physicians in how to change and lead healthcare.
Doctors working at VA facilities have gained an hour and a half per week to spend with patients rather than shuffling through email.