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Physician Interaction Style and Medication Management

Betsy Sleath

Physician Interaction Style and Medication Management

Abstract, Executive Summary and Final Report

by Betsy Sleath

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Published by Diane Pub Co .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medical

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11100471M
    ISBN 100788145029
    ISBN 109780788145025

      Nonadherence to mental health treatment incurs clinical and economic burdens. The clinician-patient alliance, negotiated through clinical interaction, presents a critical intervention point. Recent medical reviews of communication and adherence behaviour exclude studies with psychiatric samples. The following examines the impact of clinician-patient alliance and Cited by: doctors and categorised physicians' interaction styles into 4 categories: person-focused, biopsychosocial, biomedical, and high physician control by the use of a primary care instrument. They showed that physicians with a person-focused interaction style .

      Patient satisfaction with doctor-patient interactions is an indicator of physicians’ competence. The satisfaction of diabetes patients is rarely studied in public diabetes clinics of Pakistan. Thus, this study aims to analyse the association between patient satisfaction and five dimensions of medical interaction: technical expertise, interpersonal aspects, communication, Cited by:   A medication review is a good time to teach the purpose of each medicine. If an entire care team, including the patient, knows what each prescription does, then all of those involved in the patient’s care know what side effects to look for and report if : Homewatch Caregivers.

    The hospitalist–fellow interaction in particular is unique because it represents an unusual dynamic, in which an attending physician is primarily communicating with a trainee when requesting assistance with patient care. 8 In order to explore hospitalist–consultant interactions (herein, the term “consultant” includes both fellow and Cited by: 4. Prepare your students for successful practice and NCLEX-PN success with this updated 11th Edition of Roach’s Introductory Clinical Pharmacology. Developed by nurses for nurses, this practice-oriented text not only helps students learn about drugs and their effect on real people, but also models how to relay this information to patients. Known for its impeccably accurate drug Price: $


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Physician Interaction Style and Medication Management by Betsy Sleath Download PDF EPUB FB2

Objective. It is essential to design technologies and systems that promote appropriate interactions between physicians and patients. This study explored how physicians interact with Electronic Health Records (EHRs) to understand the qualities of the interaction between the physician and the EHR that may contribute to positive physician-patient by: This book is a perfect piece of education for pharmacists, nurse practitioners, physicians, physician assistants, and nurses who are looking to pick up clinical practice pearls about medication management.

It is ideal for the new professional or student trying to gain more confidence when it comes to medication management/5(10). Kim Hathaway, MSN, CPHRM, Patient Safety Healthcare Quality and Risk Management Consultant, and Richard Cahill, JD, Vice President and Associate General Counsel The standard for appropriate off-label use of medications and other products is what other similarly trained physicians would do, not what the manufacturer of the medication or product.

TRADITIONAL MODELS OF CLINICAL INTERACTION. Before and during much of the twentieth century, the relationship between physician and patient was typically patriarchal.2 Society acknowledged that physicians had exclusive access to medical knowledge and special experience with health-related values and were thus in the best position to make medical Cited by: Provide Meaningful Data and Outcomes to Clinicians.

At UPMC, the following policy regarding physician completion of queries has been proposed. If the CDSs create a physician query that is clinically relevant, consistent with evidence-based guidelines, and the query process is incorporated into the physician workflow, then completion of the physician query should be.

Pharmaceutical Care Practice: The Patient-Centered Approach to Medication Management Services, 3e. Robert J. Cipolle, Linda M. Strand, Peter C. Morley. Search Textbook Autosuggest Results. Chapter 1. Medication Management Services. Chapter 2. Pharmaceutical Care as the Professional Practice for Patient-Centered Medication Management Services.

Medication management therapy – or MTM – is a treatment system used by doctors and pharmacists to ensure that patients are receiving optimal therapeutic outcomes for the prescription medications that they may be taking.

Medication Management Therapy is used to cover a broad range of professional activities, such as. Harkness, a pharmacist, has written a book for laypersons that is well organized and easy to comprehend. Each entry lists the uses of the drugs involved, which drug's action is increased or decreased by an interaction with another drug, and the possible consequences.

Graphs showing the possibility and severity of each interaction are by: 1. Physician perspectives on medication therapy management (MTM) will vary widely.

Many physicians, dealing with increasing regulations and paperwork, likely will see MTM as simply more paperwork. Physicians are faced with eroding autonomy, increasing administrative burdens, medical group and hospital consolidation, onslaughts of new patients, and.

The Patient-Centered Medical Home: Integrating Comprehensive Medication Management to optimize Patient outcomes 5 decisions surrounding the comprehensive management of a patient’s medications, regardless of source, method of delivery, or form of administration of the medications themselves.

Comprehensive Medication Management in the PCMH:File Size: 1MB. Understanding the side effects and interactions of medicine.

Medication therapy management (also called MTM) is a free program. The goal of MTM is for you to receive an in-depth review of your medicine, and to talk with the pharmacist about whether your mix of medicines is safe, effective and matches your lifestyle.

Inaccurate or missing medication information in medical discharge summaries is a widespread and intractable problem. This study evaluated the effectiveness and sustainability of an intervention in which ward-based hospital pharmacists reviewed, contributed and verified medication information in electronic discharge summaries (EDSs) in collaboration with Author: Rohan A.

Elliott, Yixin Tan, Vincent Chan, Belinda Richardson, Francine Tanner, Michael I. Dorevitch. Abstract. Keywords: EMR, physician-patient communication, patient-centered care.

Citation: Smith the EMR enhancing or hindering patient-provider interactions. J Participat Med. Oct 23; 5:e Published: Octo Competing Interests: The author has declared that no competing interests exist.

My institution, University of Arkansas, has been. Medication Management Measure description Percentage of patients aged 18 years and older with a list of current medications1 (includes prescription, over-the-counter, herbals, vitamin/mineral/dietary [nutritional] supplements) documented by the provider, including the drug name, dosage, frequency, and routeFile Size: KB.

the management of chronic disease. First, the nature of chronic disease requires sub-stantial responsibility by the patient for im-plementing treatment regimens settled on during the physician-patient visit.

Tasks of effective physician-patient communication must include transfer of sufficient informa-tion to chronically ill patients to permit them. Medication Management: A Family Caregiver’s Guide. Types of Medications Medications are not all the same. There are three basic types: Prescription medications.

These are ordered by a doctor or nurse practitioner and filled at a pharmacy or by mail order. Prescription medications can be either “generic” or “brand-name.”. One explanation is that in situations such as nurse-physician interaction, the avoidance conflict management style may be used when the nurse, feeling intimidated by the physician's “power” and “authority,” hesitates to confront the physician about the needs of patients.

13 It may be easier for the nurse to avoid raising an issue to. The interaction between patients and their general practitioner (GP) is a key element in the efficiency and usage of health services, and varies depending on patient characteristics [].The nature and quality of the relationship between patients and their physicians affects communication, medical advice, satisfaction, and diagnosis [2–5].There is a rich Cited by: 60 cHapter 4: medIcatIon management tients with a specific disease state or diagnosis.

An example is the use of antibiotics in patients with commu-nity acquired pneumonia. Prescriber-related DUE: A drug use evaluation completed on patients managed by a specific physician or physician group. For example, selected antibiotics may beFile Size: KB.

is a rapid access, point-of-care medical reference for primary care and emergency clinicians. Started inthis collection now contains interlinked topic pages divided into a tree of 31 specialty books and chapters. Content is updated monthly with systematic literature reviews and conferences.

Medication Reconciliation. Medication reconciliation is a formal process of obtaining a complete and accurate list of each patient's current medications including name, dosage, frequency, and route, and using this list to guide drug choice usage anywhere within the health care system.

Medication management helps to promote the safe use of medications and help people achieve the best results from their medication. For those with mental health disorders, medication management is often an important part of the recovery process when used in an effective way as part of the overall treatment.Introduction to Radiologic Sciences and Patient Care Fifth Edition A.

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