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The Impact of Practice Redesign Trends on the Doctor-Patient Relationship

The changing landscape of care delivery models can pose challenges to physician-patient and physician-to-physician relationships. This series offers strategies for overcoming those challenges.

Richard Roberts, MD, JD
Professor of Family Medicine, University of Wisconsin, School of Medicine & Public Health, Past President of the World Organization of Family Doctors and the American Academy of Family Physicians
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"Excellent series on the impact of practice redesign trends on the doctor patient relationship.  I enjoyed all of the programs provided, they offered me with a different outlook on health care reform. 

This is an exciting time in health care today, we are the ones who are leading he way and breaking new ground on the future health care in this country.

THank You.

Valerie"
Valerie Ting, APRN-BC
Nurse Practitioner, Comprehensive Health Center
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"This was an excellent, well-organized succinct presentation entitled “Applying New Models of Practice to many Specialties.”  Your lecture was greatly enhanced by your experience and expertise as a Physician and as a role as a President for Primary Care @ the Eisenhower Medical Center, Rancho Mirage, California.  In addition, your role as a Clinical Professor of Family & Preventive Medicine @ the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine (UCSD) made you an excellent candidate to present this section of the program. 

Your focus on primary care education and the redesign of office practice using the tools of information technology and quality improvement revealed your awareness and concentration with regarding on the ongoing necessity for change.  Your attention toward improving the office setting by incorporating new information technology tools into everyday practice are urgently needed today.  However, many providers and their staff especially in rural areas may be challenged with all of the new technology to incorporate these new additions into their practices.  Continuing educational skills are necessary to incorporate for physicians and office staff members to integrate the new model guidelines regarding IT into their practices.. 

The patient center medical home is a great concept, if the pts will follow-up and connect with their provider and establish a bond and a trusting relationship.  I know that everyone wants to be seen in a timely manner and be treated efficiently, effectively and to receive optimal medical care, however, many of my public aid pts don’t comply with their follow-up OV even with a reminder call.  For the most part our younger healthier pts only present to the office only when they feel sick and care is needed.  I agree that the four transformative changes i.e. new models of care regarding continuous, proactive, self-management and team coordinated approach to care would be the best route to practice medicine today.

Thanks,

Valerie"
Valerie Ting, APRN-BC
Nurse Practitioner, Comprehensive Health Center
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