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Innovative Care Models

Created:   8/17/2012
Contains:  12 items

AN INNOVATIVE CARE MODEL: A Neurologist of the World Takes Her Practice — and a Virtual Epilepsy Project — to the Himalayas

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Dementia Patients Found to Receive Little Palliative Relief at Last Week of Life: Specialists Offer Advice on Care

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AN INNOVATIVE CARE MODEL: Individual vs. Group Visits: New Study Compares Quality of Life Outcomes for Neuromuscular Patients

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Dementia Caregiver Programs Could Yield Major Savings, Other Benefits

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TUNE IN: HOW CAN NEUROLOGISTS INCORPORATE SHARED DECISION MAKING WITH THEIR PATIENTS?

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Quality Improvement Project to Focus on End-of-Life Care

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Shared Decision-Making: How to Involve Patients in Their Own Neurological Care

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Neurologists at the Helm of the Quality Movement: What They're Doing to Change the Culture of Practice

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CAREER TRACKS: Avoiding Career Burnout: An Innovative Model from the University of Virginia School of Medicine

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Could a Hospital at Home Work for Neurology?

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‘Village of the Demented’ Draws Praise as New Care Model

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How can neurologists incorporate shared decision-making with their patients?

Neurology Today

A new survey, reported in JAMA Internal Medicine, reported that primary care physicians are not consistently consulting with patients in discussions and decisions about common tests, medications, and procedures. Neurology Today Editor-in-chief Steven P. Ringel, MD, and Associate Editor Robert Holloway, MD, discuss the pros/cons of shared decision-making with neurology patients – what’s realistic and what’s not.

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