Posts Tagged with communication

by adgrooms on August 14, 2019

Last week, research showed us that there are some online resources that are working to address physician well-being. We want to contribute, but how?

Every time we have a conversation about well-being/burnout (thank you Kyle and Melissa), we realize what a complex topic it is. It reminds us of the people in the dark room with the elephant, each touching a different part. When we talk about ...

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by adgrooms on June 24, 2019

Decisions are something we all confront daily - from what to eat for breakfast to how to avoid a hazard in the road. Some are easy, some are hard. They have varying degrees of complexity and importance in our lives. Medical decisions can have a lasting and profound effect on our quality of life, but as a patient, we often defer decision making to our provider. When and how should patients be ...

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by adgrooms on June 7, 2019

When a patient makes an office visit, the provider may send home information, prescribe medicine, and schedule a follow-up appointment. What patients lack are points of accountability and reminders to help stay on track in order to make health improvements. Patient care should not have to stop at the clinic door, and it does not have to add to provider workload. In fact, messaging can reduce ...

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by adgrooms on June 6, 2019

Healthcare providers need great tools that facilitate their work and empower them. IT teams need to stay ahead of risk to their organizations; this includes all forms of system resilience, especially security risk. Leadership needs cost-effective solutions and reliable systems. To this end, healthcare IT departments have oversight of all software used in their institutions. They are charged ...

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by adgrooms on May 24, 2019

A trip to the hospital can be a stressful and overwhelming experience. While the patient is already unwell and concerned, they are also receiving information and guidance about their current and future care from physicians and therapists. Upon discharge, the patient or caretakers must take this information and continue self-treatment at home. But how is the patient to keep track and apply all ...

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