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Interaction between doctors & patients in Korean primary care settings

Yu-jЕЏng Pak

Interaction between doctors & patients in Korean primary care settings

analyzing medical discourse

by Yu-jЕЏng Pak

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Published by Pagijong Press in Seoul .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Physician and patient,
  • Communication in medicine,
  • Discourse analysis

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesTaehwa punsŏk ŭl t"onghan Han"guk ŭisa-hwanja k"ŏmyunik"eisyŏn yŏn"gu
    StatementYujong Park
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsR118.4.K6 P36 2009
    The Physical Object
    Pagination369 p. :
    Number of Pages369
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25180071M
    ISBN 109788962920505
    LC Control Number2011517212

      Doctor apps vs the NHS: Are virtual GPs kill or cure for the health service? Patients like video consultations with a doctor. But what does the rise of .   Objective This study aimed to identify private clinics that have a potential to perform the role of primary care providers (PCPs) in a primary care setting in Korea where private specialists are dominant. Methods The National Patient Sample claim data of Health Insurance Review and Assessment Service in Korea was used. Two-step cluster analysis was performed using .

    If hospitals fill up and their capacity to admit patients declines, primary care providers will need to remotely manage severely ill patients who would normally have been hospitalized. A key area for development is remote management of COVID itself by their own primary care provider or .   Cultural competence and health care: Japanese, Korean, and Indian patients in the United States. Article (PDF Available) in Journal of cultural diversity 8(4) .

    The following resources can help physicians adopt and implement virtual care in their practice: Information on billing codes, virtual care standards and regulations, by province/territory Opens in a new window (Royal College) Step-by-step guide to implementing virtual care in your practice (CMA). In addition, the CMA has created a guide that physicians can share with their patients to help. • Collecting information about patient care. • Making adjustments in staffing to enhance patient experience. Organizations also. addressed behavioral health clinician (BHC) staffing issues, including BHC accessibility to other clinicians and patients, connection with a primary care team, coverage for other BHCs, and staff recruitment.


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Interaction between doctors & patients in Korean primary care settings by Yu-jЕЏng Pak Download PDF EPUB FB2

On average, patients who use Zocdoc can search for a Korean speaking Primary Care Doctor, book an appointment, and see the Primary Care Doctor within 24 hours.

Same-day appointments are often available, you can search for real-time availability of Korean speaking Doctors who accept your insurance and make an appointment online/5(). The physicians, on the other hand, determined the quality of primary care to be high if the doctors were more educated and the clinics had better facilities and equipment compared to other countries, as opposed to emphasizing the role of primary care in coordinating medical service and providing continuous of comprehensive services for by: This study evaluated clinically experienced physicians’ interactions with patients and paper or electronic health records in primary care settings.

The proportion of time physicians spent gazing at medical records during EHR visits (gaze at computer monitor and gaze at printed copy of portion of the EHR or worksheet) was significantly more Cited by:   In the primary care setting, openings of physician–patient interactions have important consequences for the patient's full disclosure of the medical problem (Heritage and Robinson, a, Heritage and Robinson, b, Marvel et al.,Robinson et al., ) and is often the root cause of many of the difficulties that arise during medical Cited by: 1.

Introduction: Analyzing interaction between doctors and patients in primary care encounters John Heritage and Douglas W. Maynard InPatrick Byrne and Barrie Long published a path-breaking - Communication in Medical Care: Interaction between Primary Care Physicians and Patients Edited by John Heritage and Douglas W.

Maynard File Size: KB. Patients were between 18 and 65 years old (mean [M] = years old) and were patients of their primary care physicians for 1 to 38 years. Six male and four female physicians volunteered to participate in the study (mean [M] = years old) and had been practicing family medicine for 5 to 37 years.

Heritage's and Clayman's book is a comprehensive introduction to the conversation analytic approach to institutional talk, focusing on emergency telephone calls, doctor-patient interactions, interaction in court, and news interviews / mass communicationoverall, however, this book is an impressive scholarly achievement, spanning a vast.

While the focus was on the patients and their primary medical teams, some interactions between patients and the nursing staff, social workers, and consultants were also observed. These data, along with informal observation and discussion of the course of care with patients, physicians, and staff were documented using ethnographic field notes.

Conclusions Female primary care physicians engage in more communication that can be considered patient centered and have longer visits than their male colleagues.

Limited studies exist outside of primary care, and gender-related practice patterns in some subspecialties may differ from those evident in primary care. With the lack of interprofessional communication between physicians and nurses, shortage of patient-staff interaction, and deficiency of effective nurse handovers, it is a major risk point leading to poor patient experience and having an effect on both patient safety and clinical outcomes.

2 According to TJC, 12 sentinel events were. 13 - Coordinating closings in primary care visits: producing continuity of care By Candace West, Professor, Department of Sociology, University of California, Santa Cruz, USA Edited by John Heritage, University of California, Los Angeles, Douglas W.

Maynard, University of Wisconsin, Madison. Using the Korean Primary Care Assessment Tool (K-PCAT), participants assessed the qualities of primary care services provided by the university health service (a university-based, patient-centered.

Primary care physicians treat adult patients for common ailments and chronic conditions, and also manage their patients’ treatments, often working with teams of caregivers. Establishing a relationship with a PCP allows your doctor to get to know you and your needs and goals.

Surprisingly little is known, though, about what the relationship between a patient and his or her primary-care doctor is actually worth, in terms of that patient’s overall well-being or medical.

And by listening to the doctor-patient interaction, the scribe can judge the most important parts of the conversation and enter them into the. Our objective was to investigate the influence of patient and physician gender, as well as gender concordance between patient and physician, on the patient centeredness of primary care visits.

Methods: Participating primary care physicians ( family physicians and internists) with clinical practices in the Rochester, New York area, had two.

Clinical excellence is the ultimate goal in patient care. Exactly what the clinically excellent primary care physician (PCP) looks like and her characteristics have not been explicitly described.

This manuscript serves to illustrate clinical excellence in primary care, using primarily case reports exemplifying physicians delivering holistic and patient-centred care to their patients. Merel SE, Paauw DS. Common drug side effects and drug-drug interactions in elderly adults in primary care.

J Am Geriatr Soc. ;65(7) Cheng CM, Guglielmo BJ, Maselli J, Auerbach AD. Coverage of FDA medication boxed warnings in commonly used drug information resources. Arch Intern Med. ;(9) “The relationship between a care provider and a patient is vitally important in determining the health and well‑being of the patient and the outcome of treatments,” says School of Medicine Dean Lloyd Minor, MD.

He notes that, historically, the most a physician could do for suffering patients was to offer comfort by being an empathetic and understanding listener. When primary care doctors and other specialists share information with one another, they are ultimately helping the patient avoid duplicate medications and tests, drug interactions, and a whole.

Primary care providers (PCP) may be doctors, nurse practitioners, or physician assistants. There are some primary care specialties as well. For instance, OB-GYNs, geriatricians, and pediatricians are all primary care doctors; they just happen to specialize in caring for a particular group of people.For example, in primary care settings, staffing and scheduling policies of the organization may facilitate reduced wait times (Ansell et al., ).

Previous research about delays within clinical oncology has emphasized that the time from diagnosis to treatment is a significant indicator of quality (Honein-AbouHaidar et al., ).MEASUREMENTS AND MAIN RESULTS.

Study physicians (n = 78) were residents and faculty practicing in an inner-city, academic primary care general internal medicine ts (n = ) received primary care from these physicians and were either at least 75 or between 50 and 74 years of age, with selected morbid ians and patients completed identical questionnaires that.