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Participatory Personalized Medicine in Action: Pharmacogenomics in Primary Care

This is a post by SPM Board Member John Hoben – Business Development Director at Bio-Optronics. Hoben’s passion is reconfiguring medical industrial complex assets and transactions from sickness response to true preventive delivery. This entails focusing on realizing improved health status for populations through unique, individualized approaches.   A funny thing happened on my recent annual […]

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general, reforming hc, trends & principles

Pharma TV ads: Film at 11

SPM members Randi Oster of Help Me Health and Casey Quinlan of Mighty Casey Media made up two thirds of a three woman panel, “Patient Leaders Want To Kill Pharma TV Ads, Right Now,” at the 2016 ePharma Summit in New York last week (February 29 through March 2). This was the first time a group of […]

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reforming hc, trends & principles, Why PM

We’re all in this together

A guest post from member Jeffrey Halbstein-Harris – this is a small slice of a longer piece he used as the basis for a speaking engagement. This is a call to consumers: my brothers and sisters who rely on healthcare and its infrastructure’s support throughout their life. I was leaving a meeting of healthcare policy experts […]

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e-pts resources, general, medical records, policy issues, pt/doc co-care, reforming hc, trends & principles

#NoMUwithoutME: Primary School Edition

        Created using Bitstrips. Text engine: Up Goer Five, “Can you explain a hard idea using only the ten hundred most used words? It’s not very easy.” Bottom line: When you go to the doctor, any doctor, always ask for your records. Ideally, electronic versions of your records that you can look […]

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general, medical records, positive patterns

Patient Generated Health Data webinar featuring SPM members

The Health Data Consortium, the folks who bring Health Datapalooza to life in DC every year, have increased the input of the Consumer Circle ahead of this year’s event, which is on the calendar for May 29 thru June 3 at the Marriott Wardman Park in Washington DC. As part of that commitment to increasing the […]

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general, positive patterns, reforming hc

Consumer Reports: “Respectful” treatment key to patient safety?

In a report released today (December 16, 2014), Consumer Reports shares insights from a survey of 1,200 people who were recently hospitalized. SPM is not surprised by the findings, which include the fact that patients who said they received respectful treatment by hospital clinicians reported fewer medical errors and better experiences in their hospital stays. […]

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general, policy issues, pt/doc co-care, reforming hc, trends & principles

Engaging Patients in Safety: Naughty or Nice?

This post by long-time SPM member Michael Millenson first appeared on the EngagingPatients.org blog. We’re re-posting it here to both put it on the membership’s radar, and to invite comments on Michael’s POV that “As much as we can argue that patient engagement with their own healthcare decisions is progress, asking patients to keep doctors honest about the […]

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positive patterns, pt/doc co-care, reforming hc, trends & principles

#epatient – Are Millennials Born That Way?

Reposted from the Mighty Mouth blog Most of the people I meet in my voyages ’round healthcare system transformation, grassroots edition, arrived at the portal of #epatient via a trip through the medical-industrial complex. Either they, or someone they cared for, wound up getting “a thing” – cancer, Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis, player to be named […]

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policy issues, reforming hc, trends & principles

WHO in Geneva – SPM in the house!

SPM member Casey Quinlan (who’s posting this) was invited to attend an event at the WHO in Geneva. This post originally appeared on her Mighty Casey Media blog, and is reposted here in its entirety by SPM request. Guess who got invited to WHO? No, really. The World Health Organization (WHO) invited yours truly to its First Global […]

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e-pts resources, pt/doc co-care, shared decision making

Zack Berger from #MedX on uncertainty and decision aids

Regular readers may recall SPM member Zack Berger MD PhD’s July post here The pledge of the patient-centered physician. Zack is one of the many SPM members attending the Stanford Medicine X conference this weekend and sends this Saturday night report, cross-posted from his book’s blog. We’ve often written here about shared decision making, which helps patients […]

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