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How do patients feel about undergraduate doctors?

Source: Teaching & Learning in Medicine; Apr2014, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p164-167

Date of Publication: April 2014

In a nutshell: Medical students are getting more practical experience of working with patients earlier in their degree course, particularly in outpatients’ departments. 131 more words

Making our health and care systems fit for an aging population

By The King’s Fund (2014)

This report sets out a framework and tools to help local service leaders improve the care they provide for older people across nine key components. 83 more words

Care Of The Elderly

Driving Value-Based Reimbursement with Integrated Care Models

The burgeoning fee-for-value environment is rewarding networks of providers who collaborate and coordinate care, bridging the gap between health systems and physicians and sparking dialog and care compacts between primary care and specialists. 250 more words

Patient Quality Of Care

Patient Loyalties

It seems patients are more engaged in their health care these days. Policies encourage transparency, information is easily accessed, and patients have the ability to travel to the hospital of their wish. 490 more words


Good is not Satisfying

Part of the problem in the healthcare industry is that good patient care is indirectly defined by high patient satisfaction. Initially, one would think that good patient care would lead to high patient satisfaction. 487 more words

What is Return to Patient?

Health is an asset. In fact it is the primary asset that humans have as this asset impacts value creation in all other assets. The health asset is managed individually and socially. 330 more words


The Power Of Conversations Between Physicians And Patients

People always ask me how I got started with my work in physician-patient communications. Like so many people, I had a story that I felt needed to be told. 953 more words