Tag Archives: patient POV

Looking for a Doctor

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Tweet Guest Post by Esther Cohen Many people I know, of every age and proclivity, are looking for a new doctor. Even if they have one already. A good doctor’s not easy to find. We have, many of us, moved … Continue reading

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An Update: The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute Meeting in New York

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Tweet After urging readers to attend the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) daytime meetings in New York on Monday and Tuesday of this week, I have to say that after attending day 1, I was disappointed. That’s because it turned … Continue reading

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Reminder: Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute Seeks Public Comment on What Matters to Patients

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Tweet Designing healthcare research with what matters to patients is a relatively new concept in healthcare research. If the healthcare reformers who envisaged what is called “patient-centered outcomes research” truly want to hear from patients and the public, then tomorrow’s … Continue reading

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WordCount Blogathon Opens Door to Unusual Patient Stories

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Tweet On May 1, I joined the Word Count Blogathon, and already, I am meeting bloggers who have amazing stories to tell about the healthcare system. Among the stories that I hope to share with you are the following: What … Continue reading

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