physician-patient relationship

The Future Integration of Long-Term Care by the Screenagers

Industry Insights from Paul Meade, M. Sc, MPH One word that optimally summarizes long-term care in the United States is fragmentation. Like a microcosm of the overall fragmented healthcare system in the U.S., long-term care suffers from similarly fragmented clinical care, living care, and financing. As the population ages and Baby Boomers retire and take …

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Power to the Patients: Takeaways from the "New Health Report"

Industry Insights from Paul Meade, M. Sc, MPH A recent report suggested that patients can have a significant influence on the success or failure of new drugs. The “New Health Report,” conducted by Richard Day Research and published by Quintiles, a large multinational contract research organization (CRO) to the pharmaceutical industry, surveyed executives from biopharmaceutical …

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The Future of Ambulatory Health Services: The Healthy Home

Industry Insights from Paul Meade, M. Sc, MPH Ambulatory care is the basic building block of primary healthcare in the United States. From its early origins of a family physician visiting sick patients in their homes to sophisticated group practices that offer secondary and even tertiary care, ambulatory care has evolved to a point where …

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