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How Exciting is This? A Medical Improv Workshop at Rutgers!

Introducing Medical Improv: A New Experiential Method for Improving Communication, Collaboration, & Leadership! Last December, I had the honor, along with second-year medical students, Peter Rezkalla and Jessica Tu, to present a Medical Improv workshop sponsored by the Department of … Continue reading

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DecisionHealth to Host Leading Edge Improv Session at Patient Advocacy Conference!

Never before has there been so much public awareness about the expanding role of patient advocates. The Affordable Care Act and MACRA have dramatically changed the relationship between practitioners and patients. New federal regulations empowerpatients to be active partners in … Continue reading

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Let’s Focus More on Listening to Improve Communication in Healthcare!

Isn’t this a sad quote? And while my doctors all said they were aware of the issue, it still felt as if no one was listening. –from Seth Mnookin’s article in the Boston Globe, “I’m A Recovering Addict. So Why Did My … Continue reading

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