Recent studies reveal that physicians’ gestures, language and level of warmth can have an impact that exceeds patients’ subjective experience of care.
Honesty, context and evidence are critical concepts that could help us reverse the opioid epidemic that takes the lives of one American every 15 minutes.
Repairing relationships with “difficult” patients is a moral responsibility. To do so, physicians need to begin by examining their own role in the conflict.
No codes, no EOBs, no rushed primary care patient visits. That is the vision of Rushika Fernandopulle, MD, MPP, co-founder and CEO of Iora Health.
This chronic pain management program focuses on functional restoration to help patients return to their lives because a “cure” for chronic pain is many times not possible.
Members of a care team that implemented its own lifestyle-change program share their insights, including where to find helpful resources.