Medical Housecalls are back and they are more profitable than ever! People often prefer house calls to visiting clinics or offices because house calls feel personalized and tailored to the specific need of the patient, as opposed to office visits, where the patient is treated like... well, just another patient.
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A reminder that some of the most important factors in healing are not high-tech marvels but ordinary factors such as love, compassion, friendship, and hope.
Covers: the need for health care services to the home (home care organizations, family caregivers, etc.): therapeutic value of home care; the role of technology in facilitating home care (asesessment, dignosis & treatment; supervision & training; support groups, etc.); patients & health care provider satisfaction with remotely provided health care; economic impacts of home care (broadband infrastructure deployment costs, role of government, etc.); & policy issues & recommendations.
Sharing the cottage was her idea, and since Dr. Pete Morgan was her patient, Maggie made the rules. If only "Doc" weren't so attractive...and so hard to tame. She tried to convince him that the lake setting would heal him, body and soul. And her therapy seemed to be working...except with the demons he faced at night. Sometimes the only way to soothe him back to sleep was to slip beneath his sheets. Maggie Holm knew she'd entered forbidden territory. She'd grown dangerously contented "playing house" with Pete, when she feared their affair was simply a summer distraction. Because the summer would end. Her feelings never would.
Silence is often as therapeutic as conversation. Sometimes more, when there really isn't anything to say. Healthcare with people experiencing a life-threatening or terminal illness brings daily life into a new, sharp focus. Dr. Lee takes us along on her House Calls with Jesus where she learned the art of companionable, healing visits. Her willingness to pray with her patients in an open, non-pressured manner allows that act to be helpful and, indeed, therapeutic. Come along with Dr. Lee and meet patients and families who will teach you, encourage you and leave you considering your own life and legacies.
The American Medical Association reports that 90 million Americans have trouble understanding medical information. It is NOT the patients'fault, in my opinion. The current system of healthcare in the United States no longer permits our country's physicians to spend quality educational time with their patients. Help is here! Health-Wise House Callsis designed for the entire family and includes chapters on topics such as ear infections, asthma, high blood pressure, diabetes, migraine headaches, cancer prevention, depression, and losing weight. My goal is for you, the reader, to gain a much greater understanding of 10 of the most common medical topics that are most likely to affect each and every member of your family. Each chapter is written with as little "doctor-speak" as possible. Medical language and terminology are easily explained in a way that you WILL understand, no matter what your occupational or educational background. The things you will learn in this book will improve your health, improve the health of your family members, and make all of your future visits to the doctor less intimidating, more enjoyable, and vastly more productive! SCOTT C. WISE, MD, is an award-winning author, speaker, and researcher in the fields of patient education and preventive health, as well as a full-time board-certified practicing physician. He graduated from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, academic home to four separate winners of the Nobel Prize in Medicine. He did his residency training while serving as an officer in the U.S. Army at Fort Bragg, N.C., home of the 82nd Airborne Division. In 1995 he served as Chief Resident in Family Medicine and during his residency training was elected North Carolina Family Practice Resident of the Year. Since residency, Dr. Wise has practiced medicine in a variety of clinical settings to include a major urban indigent hospital, community hospitals, and private practice.
It was 1960, and Nalley T. Osland, young mother of two, felt out of control. She was strangled by an overwhelming fear that was trying to take control of her both spiritually and physically. Her nerves were frayed, and she was on the edge of collapse. But this all changed one Sunday morning when God came to her home and instructed her to go to church. When she obeyed, she began a journey she never thought possible. With her husband, Stuart, by her side, the family followed the commands presented in the Bible and walked in the way of the Lord. Osland shares an array of the family's experiences from making a new life in a different state to living in a home cursed by witchcraft. Written in a warm, engaging tone, this personal memoir shares the life experiences of Osland as she learned to put on her armor and use her spiritual warfare effectively to overcome the works of Satan.