Doctors and Patients Need to Start Agreeing More

Doctors and Patients Need to Start Agreeing More

May 4, 2016 | by Ben Rowley

A study by the University of Iowa suggests that when a doctor and a patient agree regarding their attitudes on health care values, patients do a better job when it comes to taking their medications...
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  Values in Medicine, General Healthcare, Feature Article
health care, health care costs, health decisions, public policy, communication, patient-doctor relationship, compatible doctors, physician decision-making,


Seven Tips to Save Money on Your Medical Bills

Seven Tips to Save Money on Your Medical Bills

April 29, 2016 | by Ben Rowley

Use an outside lab. You don't have to have your blood drawn at the doctor's office. If you need blood tests (if not an emergency) you can have blood drawn at an outside lab for a fraction of the cost...
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  Values in Medicine, General Healthcare
patient rights, health care, prescription drugs, labs, wasteful spending, medical bills, patient-doctor relationship, health decisions, communication,


6 Tips to Build a Healthy Relationship with Your Doctor

6 Tips to Build a Healthy Relationship with Your Doctor

March 30, 2016 | by Ben Rowley

We all want health-care providers who are experienced and skilled, but some factors that seem to have less to do with medical abilities may be equally important to your care. Here are six concerns that commonly crop up in the doctor-patient relationship, and what to do to make yours much better...
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  Values in Medicine, Feature Article
compatible doctors, health care, patient rights, communication, health decisions, patient-doctor relationship,


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