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submitted by: admin on 09/20/2013
When doctors step into their patient's shoes their treatment decisions are often different. Treatment protocols are often followed because they are the standard of care and not following them is plagued with potential law suits and disciplinary action from their medical boards. Medical practice is very complex and making decisions out of the mainstream...
submitted by: admin on 02/19/2015
Hospital re-admission rates were studied by Henry Ford Hospital researchers on patients with congestive heart failure. What they found was a bit surprising because it wasn't the severity of their congestive heart failure that determined re-admissions. They reported that a history of psychiatric problems such as depression, anxiety and other mood disorders...
submitted by: admin on 12/09/2023
People can give legitimacy and can also take it away. We do this unconsciously by default. Legitimacy is what is allowed to happen. If we don't object to negative changes we give them approval