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Organized strategies for creating a primary care environment based on reasonable care and satisfying outcomes

Latest Episodes

Pioneering Pain Guidelines in Family Practice – Cindy Grande MD

Cindy Grande MD, an expert advisor to an important new pain guideline, started her ascent towards reasonable care strategies for pain long before she even began residency in family practice; and navigating the cutting edge is a distinction she achieved before completing residency. Her achievements excel beyond what many family physicians achieve in their entire careers, [...]

-1 s2015 JUN 25
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Pioneering Pain Guidelines in Family Practice – Cindy Grande MD

Andrew Friedman MD, the AMDG Guideline and the Changing Standard of Care

This week I interviewed Andrew Friedman, MD a member of the expert committee who authored the latest revision of the AMDG Guideline, that addresses the management of pain, particularly the evidence related to the use of opioids. Dr. Friedman is a Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Specialist at Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle. We discussed how [...]

-1 s2015 JUN 6
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Andrew Friedman MD, the AMDG Guideline and the Changing Standard of Care

Workflow of Champions! Raising the Quality of Care While Introducing Efficiency

Raising the Quality of Care while Introducing Efficiency. Creating the workflow of champions keeps begging the question as to what is your goal? What are you driving at in your practice, your clinic. Consider the concept of overconsumption as a defect. It might sound a bit harsh, but with 16,000 people per year having lethal [...]

49 MIN2015 MAY 25
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Workflow of Champions! Raising the Quality of Care While Introducing Efficiency

Transitioning Care and Why – High Risk Patients Treated with Chronic Opioids

Physicians managing chronic pain with opioids often meet tiresome resistance communicating risk related information to patients, who insist that the information simply doesn t apply to them. Sorting through patients each day, our belief that we are improving their quality of life, can be directly challenged by emerging patient behaviors or other risk indicators. In this episode we discuss details of transitioning care that are useful for the entire clinic to understand.

-1 s2015 MAY 15
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Transitioning Care and Why – High Risk Patients Treated with Chronic Opioids

Structure is Freedom – Getting Everyone on the Same Page

Bringing your clinic into the fold with respect to developing policies can help you identify the biggest problems you are trying to solve, and anticipate problems or objections to implementing reasonable and effective policies.

-1 s2015 MAY 6
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Structure is Freedom – Getting Everyone on the Same Page

Unbiased Vigilance: Don’t Discriminate When it Comes to Safety (Audio)

Defining standard work that keeps patients safe and care reasonable, can lift an organization to a higher level of reliability and objectivity, but only when these actions are universally executed without bias. Dose limit adherence, abuse surveillance, and alcohol screening are a few high yield focus areas to develop workflow around.

-1 s2015 APR 30
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Unbiased Vigilance: Don’t Discriminate When it Comes to Safety (Audio)

Returning to Reason

Providing care decisions and interactions that are reasonable, is what we expect of organizations providing healthcare, and the individuals within it. When faced with challenging and unreasonable circumstances, we need expert skill to respond and guide the care towards reasonable. Being experts at returning to reason requires thats where we started in the first place. This week we discuss a foundation for reasonable care, and strategies for bringing it back when things are not going as expected. Calm, assertive, reasonable.

-1 s2015 APR 23
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Returning to Reason

A System of Care

Having a basic system to define reasonable care with prescribing high risk controlled medications in your clinic can increase patient safety, system efficiency, and reduce the frustration that occurs in the subset of patients struggling to self-manage.

-1 s2015 APR 15
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A System of Care
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Latest Episodes

Pioneering Pain Guidelines in Family Practice – Cindy Grande MD

Cindy Grande MD, an expert advisor to an important new pain guideline, started her ascent towards reasonable care strategies for pain long before she even began residency in family practice; and navigating the cutting edge is a distinction she achieved before completing residency. Her achievements excel beyond what many family physicians achieve in their entire careers, [...]

-1 s2015 JUN 25
Comments
Pioneering Pain Guidelines in Family Practice – Cindy Grande MD

Andrew Friedman MD, the AMDG Guideline and the Changing Standard of Care

This week I interviewed Andrew Friedman, MD a member of the expert committee who authored the latest revision of the AMDG Guideline, that addresses the management of pain, particularly the evidence related to the use of opioids. Dr. Friedman is a Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Specialist at Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle. We discussed how [...]

-1 s2015 JUN 6
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Andrew Friedman MD, the AMDG Guideline and the Changing Standard of Care

Workflow of Champions! Raising the Quality of Care While Introducing Efficiency

Raising the Quality of Care while Introducing Efficiency. Creating the workflow of champions keeps begging the question as to what is your goal? What are you driving at in your practice, your clinic. Consider the concept of overconsumption as a defect. It might sound a bit harsh, but with 16,000 people per year having lethal [...]

49 MIN2015 MAY 25
Comments
Workflow of Champions! Raising the Quality of Care While Introducing Efficiency

Transitioning Care and Why – High Risk Patients Treated with Chronic Opioids

Physicians managing chronic pain with opioids often meet tiresome resistance communicating risk related information to patients, who insist that the information simply doesn t apply to them. Sorting through patients each day, our belief that we are improving their quality of life, can be directly challenged by emerging patient behaviors or other risk indicators. In this episode we discuss details of transitioning care that are useful for the entire clinic to understand.

-1 s2015 MAY 15
Comments
Transitioning Care and Why – High Risk Patients Treated with Chronic Opioids

Structure is Freedom – Getting Everyone on the Same Page

Bringing your clinic into the fold with respect to developing policies can help you identify the biggest problems you are trying to solve, and anticipate problems or objections to implementing reasonable and effective policies.

-1 s2015 MAY 6
Comments
Structure is Freedom – Getting Everyone on the Same Page

Unbiased Vigilance: Don’t Discriminate When it Comes to Safety (Audio)

Defining standard work that keeps patients safe and care reasonable, can lift an organization to a higher level of reliability and objectivity, but only when these actions are universally executed without bias. Dose limit adherence, abuse surveillance, and alcohol screening are a few high yield focus areas to develop workflow around.

-1 s2015 APR 30
Comments
Unbiased Vigilance: Don’t Discriminate When it Comes to Safety (Audio)

Returning to Reason

Providing care decisions and interactions that are reasonable, is what we expect of organizations providing healthcare, and the individuals within it. When faced with challenging and unreasonable circumstances, we need expert skill to respond and guide the care towards reasonable. Being experts at returning to reason requires thats where we started in the first place. This week we discuss a foundation for reasonable care, and strategies for bringing it back when things are not going as expected. Calm, assertive, reasonable.

-1 s2015 APR 23
Comments
Returning to Reason

A System of Care

Having a basic system to define reasonable care with prescribing high risk controlled medications in your clinic can increase patient safety, system efficiency, and reduce the frustration that occurs in the subset of patients struggling to self-manage.

-1 s2015 APR 15
Comments
A System of Care
the END
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