Posted by Marc Lichtenstein on December 17, 2012
Hundreds of thousands of patients are harmed while seeking treatment, and thousands die each year, from preventable medical errors.
And, unfortunately, according to
Posted by Marc Lichtenstein on December 12, 2012
“Patient-Centered Medicine” almost sounds like an unnecessary statement. After all, isn’t the practice of all medicine “patient-centered”? The answer is both yes, and no. Medicine may be practiced on the patient,...
Posted by Marc Lichtenstein on November 26, 2012
Trying to transform America’s healthcare system requires more than just great ideas. It needs a set of best practices to utilize in constructing those great ideas to make sure they meet the goals of improving access to high-quality,...
Posted by Marc Lichtenstein on November 19, 2012
Football has the quarterback. The symphony has its conductor. Film crews have a producer. Any successful organization will have that one primary coordinator in place who makes all the various moving parts act in concert.
In medicine we...