Improving Doctor-Patient Communication: Examining Innovative Modalities Vis-A-vis Effective Patient-Centric Care Management Technology
Abbreviated Journal Title
J. Med. Syst.
Clinics; Doctors; E-health; Information technology; Health care; Hospitals; Management; Nursing homes; Patients; Patient-centric care; practice; Telemedicine; NURSING-HOMES; PHYSICIAN COMMUNICATION; QUALITY; TRUST; Health Care Sciences & Services; Medical Informatics
This analysis investigates what patients and practitioners can do to improve their interactive communications to achieve optimal patient-centric (PC) care. One goal of this clinical practice approach is to improve patient satisfaction, compliance, and outcomes. The mutual responsibilities required of both the patients and practitioners to attain PC care are discussed. Innovative, information technology techniques in the healthcare environment in general and in care delivery in particular are explored. Practitioner-to-patient encouragement vis-A -vis self education on their conditions is also provided.
Journal of Medical Systems
"Improving Doctor-Patient Communication: Examining Innovative Modalities Vis-A-vis Effective Patient-Centric Care Management Technology" (2009). Faculty Bibliography 2000s. 7047.