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10 simple questions with complicated answers that people ask their doctors

His research interests include doctor-patient communication, bioethics, and systematic reviews. He is also a poet, journalist and translator in Yiddish and English.
October 2021

Who pays for medical malpractice litigation?

odds are, they will tell you, "A lot!" While the degree may vary depending on your specialty, your years in practice, your patient clientele, your prior malpractice history, and the anecdotes ... In one case, a patient was told she needed a test because
October 2021

Survey shows clinical use for social media

Respondents use social media to communicate lab results, or measure patient improvement or clinical response. ... People may get too comfortable with using the Internet and neglect normal means of communication," one person said.
October 2021

QD: News Every Day--Colorectal cancer screening improving, yet short of goals

Increased colorectal cancer screening rates lowered incidence and mortality from 1% to 6% by state, but could go even further by reaching th...
October 2021

QD: News Every Day--Doctors twice as likely to e-mail another provider than a patient

QD: News Every Day--Doctors twice as likely to e-mail another provider than a patient. ... Among 16 clinical tasks that can be supported by health information technology, such as viewing lab or diagnostic test results, reviewing medication lists or
October 2021

Thanks for listening

We knew that the patient had had lung cancer for several months and had failed radiation and chemotherapy. ... The patient and his family understand that it might not work, but they wanted to try it.
October 2021

Happy New Year!

Accessibility. If they need me, they can reach me. In fact, I just answered a question for a patient right before I wrote this sentence. ... That’s probably the best thing that has happened: I’ve become much more patient with the process.
October 2021

The danger of assuming

For example, when a patient claims diarrhea, we should not start ordering tests without further characterizing the symptoms. ... While it takes precious time, we have a responsibility to understand what is bothering the patient.
October 2021

Without question

The patient answered, not his mom. “Um, no. I think you've explained it all to me.”. ... Which, in a way, is pretty ridiculous, you know? I mean this patient was grown, man.
October 2021

Entering the narrative

Instead of being a written account of the care given to the patient (i.e. ... That's what patient-centered care really is. It's their story, not ours.
October 2021

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