Did you mean "patient-centered care"?
In the current context of rising clinical demands, long waiting lists and shorter appointment times, it's more important than ever to communicate effectively and foster a strong therapeutic relationship.
The August issue of ACP Hospitalist is online and includes stories about patient-centered care, atrial fibrillation and stroke, and how to give a great talk.
Better rapport between physicians and patients can help the latter get well, and keep them that way.
Resource use, outcomes of hospitalization may be associated with care continuity | ACP Hospitalist Weekly | ACP Hospitalist
Medicare patients who were cared for by their primary care physician instead of a hospitalist were more likely to be discharged home and had slightly lower 30-day mortality rates.
National efforts are underway to improve the quality of care for patients with dementia.
It's hard to increase time spent with patients, so improving the quality of the time is the only workable alternative.
Collaboration with patients' families offers benefits.
This month, we look at another trend rooted in patient-centered care: cultural competency.
The right “cultural fit” between a hospital and a physician may be what guarantees a fulfilling career.
The mere fact of being in the hospital is incompatible with happiness, which can make the task of improving patient satisfaction feel like an uphill battle.