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Patient Dissatisfaction

My cousin, Edith Nalo, is a nurse in Tennessee working with Oncology patients. Today, she posted on Social Media an article about patient satisfaction scores as they relate to hospitals in The Atlantic. 1,149 more words

Home Health Nursing

Journalists are Sharing Patient Satisfaction Scores

It’s happening. We knew it would come. It’s not that the hospitals haven’t been measuring patient satisfaction for decades. It’s not that the Federal Government is just now monitoring patient satisfaction and reporting it publicly. 260 more words

Business Advice

Do You Love Going To Your Doctor?

Have you ever uttered the phrase, “I can’t wait to go see my doctor?” Actually, this phrase could be used two different ways. On one hand, you could be stating that you’re in so much pain that you can’t put off getting treatment any longer. 356 more words

General Health

Our Philosophy

Dr. Ostad is a leader in cosmetic surgical and non-surgical procedures. His expertise is widely sought after by nearly every media outlet, television and beauty magazine due to his tried and true philosophy of “Less is More.” Dr. 96 more words

Cosmetic Procedures

Hospitals Struggle to Improve Patient Satisfaction

Lillie Robinson came to Rowan Medical Center, Salisbury, North Carolina, for surgery on her left foot. She expected to be in and out in a day, returning weeks later for her surgeon to operate on the other foot. 1,095 more words

Totally Laser Custom iLASIK For High Nearsightedness

It doesn’t get much happier than this!  A 23-year-old patient met up with eye surgeon, Dr. Wietharn.  Her high degree of nearsightedness made it impossible to navigate without glasses or contacts. 252 more words

ILASIK And Refractive Multifocal Cataract Surgery

Moving services out of hospital: joining up General Practice and community services?

By Policy Research Unit in Commissioning and the Healthcare System (PRUComm) (2014)

This report summarises the findings of a rapid review undertaken by PRUComm of the available evidence of what factors should be taken into account in planning for the closer working of primary and community health/care services in order to increase the scope of services provided outside of hospitals. 30 more words