THESE INSPIRING LEADERS ARE SHAPING THE FUTURE OF BUSINESS IN CREATIVE WAYS. SCROLL TO SEE THE TOP 100. #88 Tom Delbanco, Cofounder, OpenNotes
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Can the simple act of sharing a healthcare provider’s notes with a patient improve health outcomes? The OpenNotes movement
“He is a frequent flyer.” This is a term we reserve for patients who consume a lot of services. In the outpatient clinic, it’s the type of patient who comes for frequent visits perhaps more often than medically necessary. Oftentimes, more than we’d like.
Tom Delbanco, co-founder of OpenNotes, and Koplow-Tullis professor of general medicine and primary care at Harvard Medical School discusses the origins of “PeoplePower” and the..
As baby boomers increasingly assist their elderly parents with health issues large and small, families are having to rethink
While many physicians report frustration with EHRs, Michael Pfeffer, MD, took an interest in the technology — a decision that led him down a new career path. After earning his medical
Dr. Joann Elmore, professor, is the 2017 recipient of the John M. Eisenberg National Award for Career Achievement in Research from the Society of General Internal Medicine (SGIM). This award
For years, patients have been hearing the same message from the health-care industry: Get involved.
They’re told they need to do more to monitor their chronic
ORLANDO — The OpenNotes program that encourages providers to share their visit notes with patients is continuing to pick up steam, Homer Chin, MD, said here at the annual meeting of the
U.S. News Health – If you’re like most patients in the U.S., you haven’t a clue what your doctor writes about you in your health record. Despite a move toward more transparency in medicine