Unstructured time matters when seeing patients

by Academy of Clinical Excellence on June 16, 2016

SoGreenough (2)me unstructured time when seeing a patient is necessary to know what has happened in life beyond the labs and guideline requirements. The person is the one being treated.

Check out this article:

http://alphaomegaalpha.org/pharos/PDFs/2016-2-Byyny.pdf

-Buck Greenough

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