April 1, 2013
As many as 85 percent of primary care physicians (PCPs) feel that to achieve good health outcomes, it is as important to address patients’ resource and social constraints as it is to treat their medical conditions.
August 1, 2012
If doctors are rewarded for cost savings, does quality suffer as a result? This study shows the two are not mutually exclusive. Findings suggest that improving the quality of care for patients with diabetes saves money.
November 1, 2007
Race and ethnicity affects how patients and their physicians interact and can impact health outcomes.
March 1, 2005
Physicians can be more confident in their approach to ethical challenges in patient care if they adopt a systematic approach to address the issues. The authors recognize that a problem which initially appears to be ethical in nature may be more rela ...
May 1, 2007
How can physicians empathize when feeling negatively toward their patients?