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Most Recently Shared on April 16, 2012 at 2:23 pm By:

chimoose Greg Matthews

Interesting, but it's got to be better than SIRI: Doctors can chart their patients verbally - @USATODAY http://t.co/Dd75WO40 #MDigitalLife

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amednews: The ABCs of health literacy :: March 19, 2012 ... American Medical News

ama-assn.org — “Many patients struggle to understand written health materials, as well as their physicians’ spoken instructions. Doctors can help their patients get the message.View full resource at ama-assn.org

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Study: More Than 90% of Patients Say They Want to Read Doctors' Notes, but Most Doctors Resist | Healthland | TIME.com

healthland.time.com — “The last time you were at the doctor’s office, and your physician scribbled or typed something into your chart, did you wonder what it said? If so, you're in the majority: according to a new survey, more than 90% of patients said they would want to know.View full resource at healthland.time.com

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Most Recently Shared on December 20, 2011 at 3:45 pm By:

stephenjdowns Steve Downs Health Executive

Cam patients handle the truth? Great piece on #opennotes survey results from Time mag: http://t.co/XktdNye7

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Sutter Health: MyChart iPhone App for My Health Online

sutterhealth.org — “Sutter Health has teamed up with Epic (maker of the MyChart iPhone app) to provide a convenient way to manage health care from your iPhone.View full resource at sutterhealth.org

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Most Recently Shared on September 8, 2011 at 7:19 pm By:

paloaltomedical PAMF Healthcare System

Access to your medical records on-the-go: Info on our MyChart App for My Health Online Users: http://ow.ly/6pbd4

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Interdisciplinary models may eliminate gaps between nurses, doctors - Related Stories - ANA SmartBrief

smartbrief.com — “Eliminating the hierarchy between doctors and nurses and addressing communication failures can greatly improve patient care, experts say. Long Beach Memorial Medical Center in California recently established interdisciplinary teams, each led by a nurse and a doctor, that review charts and set goals…View full resource at smartbrief.com

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Can Physician Anonymity Protect Patient Privacy?

33charts.com — “Physician anonymity could be the key to improved patient privacy.View full resource at 33charts.com

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Most Recently Shared on April 28, 2011 at 8:00 pm By:

MotherinMed Katherine Chretien Physician, Doctor, and Internist

RT @Doctor_V: 33 charts: Can Physician Anonymity Protect Patient Privacy? http://bit.ly/lpNNdo || true anonymity doesn't exist online.

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Study finds malaria as a serious problem for patients with landmine injuries

news-medical.net — “Malaria can complicate the course of disease in poor farmers with landmine injuries in underdeveloped countries, where both malaria and war injuries are frequent causes of illness and death. Tove Heger's doctoral research has charted the extent and effect of malaria on war-injured people and studied the potential for preventing them contracting the disease.View full resource at news-medical.net

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Malaria News: Study finds malaria as a serious problem for patients with landmine injuries: Malaria can complica... http://bit.ly/fuDDhA

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The Triple Crown: Collaboration with clinical documentation specialists can be a win-win for patients, hospitals, and HM :: Article - The Hospitalist

the-hospitalist.org — “ldquoDoctor, please clarify Is this type of congestive heart failure acute or chronic, systolic or diastolicrdquo Most hospitalists have had patientsrsquo charts flagged with these types of queries. And no, the people who write the questions are not trying to be difficult. In fact, says Karen Bachman, BSN, MHSA, director of clinical documentation...View full resource at the-hospitalist.org

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Wiley_Health Wiley Health Medical Health Site

Collaboration with clinical documentation specialists can be a win-win for patients, hospitals, and HM http://ow.ly/49oBv

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medicaladvocate.com — “Dr. Kussin is a physician-patient-advocate. Read insights to recognize, secure and negotiate for the highest standards of medical professionalism, care, and passion to empower and inform patients.View full resource at medicaladvocate.com

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Most Recently Shared on January 3, 2011 at 7:32 pm By:

kussin49 Dr. Steven Z. Kussin Gastroenterologist, Physician, Doctor, and Internist

Writing. It's all about discarding what you have written. Mourning verbal excess and wild tangential adventures.... http://fb.me/zW4bAVI4

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Can Giving Patients Access To Medical Charts Improve Care?

medicalnewstoday.com — “A new study will examine whether patients benefit from having electronic access to their medical chart, including the notes made by their doctor. [T]hree large health centers - Beth IView full resource at medicalnewstoday.com

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mnt_primarycare MNT Primary Care Health News

Can Giving Patients Access To Medical Charts Improve Care? http://mnt.to/3Gps #primarycare

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Is There a Social Health Bubble? - 33 Charts

33charts.com — “I regularly talk to my patients/parents about social health. What parents do, what they think and how they socially experience their child's problems has become an interest of mine. I can hear it now: Of course patients won't discuss their social health activities with you, you're a doctor. Perhaps, but I don't think so. Actually, I've had some very interesting open dialog with a few of my long-term parents. Many have children suffering with chronic diseases such as crohn's disease, eosinophilicView full resource at 33charts.com

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Doctor and Patient - An Unforeseen Complication of Electronic Medical Records - NYTimes.com

nytimes.com — “Learning to juggle computers in the exam room can have unexpected consequences for doctor-patient relations.View full resource at nytimes.com

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Most Recently Shared on April 22, 2010 at 5:15 pm By:

JoshuaSchwimmer Joshua Schwimmer Doctor, Internist, Nephrologist, and Physician

Doctor and Patient: An Unforeseen Complication of Electronic Medical Records http://goo.gl/fb/COQrq

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Should You Give Your Doctor a Gift? - 33 Charts

33charts.com — “I used to get lots of gifts from patients during the holidays. Not so much anymore. I'm more patient-centered than ever. And the older I get the more relaxed I get with my patients. I'd like to think that I'm more likeable. But still fewer gifts than ten or fifteen years ago. So what gives? Times have changed. Doctors nowadays are dispensable. If a patient doesn't like what they've got they can move on. But this is probably a good thing. It's what patients should do. In the old days there was leView full resource at 33charts.com

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Most Recently Shared on December 24, 2009 at 2:54 am By:

Doctor_V Bryan Vartabedian Pediatrician, Physician, and Doctor

Thanks for the Tweet, Stephen RT @FranklinTweets Should You Give Your Doctor a Gift? http://bit.ly/60LogN

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Should You Give Your Doctor a Gift? - 33 Charts

33charts.com — “I used to get lots of gifts from patients during the holidays. Not so much anymore. I'm more patient-centered than ever. And the older I get the more relaxed I get with my patients. I'd like to think that I'm more likeable. But still fewer gifts than ten or fifteen years ago. So what gives? Times have changed. Doctors nowadays are dispensable. If a patient doesn't like what they've got they can move on. But this is probably a good thing. It's what patients should do. In the old days there was leView full resource at 33charts.com

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Facebook Won't Fix the Doctor-Patient Relationship - 33 Charts

33charts.com — “I was flipping through some of Lee Aase's slides recently and he made a point that I can't seem to get out of my head. Social media, says Lee, will not make up for a bad product offering. Lee was referring of course to hospital service. But the same wisdom can be applied to what doctors offer. So how's our offering? Do doctors give patients the time and attention necessary to address their unique concerns and educational needs? Not always. This isn't necessarily the fault of the physician but itView full resource at 33charts.com

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Most Recently Shared on November 4, 2009 at 11:40 pm By:

Doctor-Patient Dialog on Social Media: A Bad Idea? - 33 Charts

33charts.com — “Recently I wrote about how to handle things when patients try to engage doctors in the social media space. If you missed it you can read it here. If you want to save yourself 5 minutes consider the bottom line: Doctors and patients shouldn't be discussing patient-specific issues in the social space. I heard from Ted Eytan regarding my post: The question is interesting: If the patient initiates the dialog is open discussion of a specific medical problem then okay? I wish it were that simple. It'sView full resource at 33charts.com

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