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Here are a number of ways physicians can work with their patients to best overcome cost barriers for their prescriptions.
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Three strategies to overcome burnout and bureaucracy and remain committed to medicine.
Physicians face financial ruin if patients continue to access products they simply cannot afford.
By empowering physicians with evidence-based guidelines, they are better-equipped to make clinical decisions that are cost-effective and drive high-quality outcomes.
A new study shows that DPC clinicians may have found the key to reducing burnout and returning a focus to patients.
A recent survey of direct primary care physicians revealed some interesting insight on physician burnout and restoring joy in medicine.
Lectures don’t work to motivate patients because the use of guilt and threats are horrible motivators. The same goes for doctors.
In the years ahead, experts expect portals will move beyond the limited functionality they have today and transform into a user-friendly technology that put a patient’s whole health history into one easy-to-navigate online portal.