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I treat patients to the best of my abilities. I want to teach current and future healthcare providers the necessary skills they need in order to have an effective interaction with their patients. I want to give patients an inside view of Medicine to help dispel any misconceptions or preconceptions they may have about Medicine and the delivery of Medical care. My hope is that it ultimately leads to better care for all.

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Category: Patient Experience Pearls

Patient Experience Pearl Number 22

January 30, 2017

In the twenty second iteration of my bimonthly Patient Experience Improvement Pearls, I use a quote from Atul Gawande: Being Mortal, Medicine and what matters in the end to define:  What our “job” is in medicine  Excerpt: We’ve been wrong about what our job is in medicine.  We think our job is to ensure health and survival.  But […]

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Healthcare in Haiti Challenges & Opportunity Part 1

January 15, 2017

When people hear “Haiti” they think several things: the poorest country in the Western hemisphere, the Mecca for NGO’s, the first free Black republic, or that place that just can’t catch a break.  While each thought holds truth in some fashion, the real truth is that Haiti is so complex that it cannot be defined […]

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Category: Patient Experience Pearls

Patient Experience Pearl Number 21

January 15, 2017

Happy New Year!! In the twenty First iteration of my bimonthly Patient Experience Improvement Pearls, I discussed :  DIY Health vs Industry Responsibility. Excerpt: For all its inspiring qualities, the do-it-yourself mentality isn’t creating healthier consumers—68 percent of U.S. adults are overweight or obese.

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Patient Experience Improvement Pearl Number 20

December 5, 2016

In the twentieth iteration of my bimonthly Patient Experience Improvement Pearls, I discussed :  The changing times in the healthcare provider and patient relationship. Excerpt: MYTH: HEALTHCARE CONSUMERS DON’T CARE FACT: Three in four consumers prefer to make their own healthcare decisions, and most find these decisions to be the most important (and most expensive) […]

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Category: Patient Experience Pearls

Patient Experience Improvement Pearl Number 19

November 22, 2016

In the nineteenth iteration of my bimonthly Patient Experience Improvement Pearls, I discussed :  Data drives Patient Healthcare decisions. Source: http://www.nationalresearch.com/

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