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2014-06-26 23:11:29

Team Care Medicine is offering the Kindle edition of The Familiar Physician for 99 cents in recognition of the pioneering work of Paul Grundy, MD. Yorktown, VA (PRWEB) June 26, 2014 As a tribute to the ongoing efforts of IBM’s Paul Grundy, MD, and his advocacy on behalf of the Patient-Centered Medical Home, Team Care Medicine and author Peter Anderson, MD, have made the Kindle edition of The Familiar Physician available for the special summertime price of 99 cents, from June through...

2013-04-12 15:42:19

New recommendations offer physicians ethical guidance for preserving trust in patient-physician relationships and the profession when using social media The creation and use of information online and the widespread use of the Internet offer exciting new opportunities for patient care, but also require physicians to consider how to best protect patient interests and apply principles of professionalism to online settings, the American College of Physicians (ACP) and the Federation of State...

2013-03-26 23:04:48

Smith & Jones Publishes White Paper on the Changing Doctor-Patient Relationship Troy, NY (PRWEB) March 26, 2013 Healthcare marketing specialists, Smith & Jones, recently published a white paper titled, “Socializing Medicine: How social channels are changing the relationship between physicians and patients.” This white paper is free to the public and available for download at smithandjones.com. The topic of this white paper is the increasing use of social media in...

2012-12-11 12:29:42

New study finds that patient philanthropy may result in ethical dilemmas for physicians Physicians associated with “patient philanthropy” — financial donations from grateful patients to a medical institution — are concerned with how these contributions might affect their own behavior and attitudes, and how they might impact the doctor-patient relationship. A new study´ by Scott Wright, MD and Joseph A. Carrese, MD, MPH of Johns Hopkins University, and...


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