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Quality Care At Your Door

Say goodbye to the hassle of sitting in a crowded waiting room or struggling to make time in your busy schedule to see your doctor.

With medical house calls, you can see a medical provider stress-free in the comfort,  convenience, and privacy of your home.

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Hassle-Free Health Care

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No wait times, no crowded waiting rooms

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Easy online scheduling with same-day availability

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Reduced risk of exposure to germs and viruses

House calls for urgent & primary care needs, urgent care house calls.

On-demand medical attention when you need it most without leaving your home.

Receive one-on-one attention with a licensed medical provider who will diagnose, treat and prescribe medications if need be.

Urgent Care House Calls are Ideal for:

  • Cold & Flu
  • Sore Throat
  • Bronchitis 
  • Sinus Infection
  • Ear Infection
  • Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)
  • Stomach Flu
  • Food Poisoning
  • Muscle or Joint Pain
  • Cuts, Scrapes, & Burns
  • Migraines & Headaches

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Primary Care House Calls

Comprehensive primary care services in the comfort of your own home.

Ideal for those with busy lifestyles and who would prefer to see a medical provider in the privacy of their residence.

Primary Care House Calls are Ideal for:

  • Annual Wellness Exam
  • School, Sports, & Employment Physical Exams
  • Nutrition, Fitness & Exercise Consultations
  • Mental Health Consultations (Anxiety & Depression)
  • Pre-Op Clearance
  • Anti-Aging Solutions
  • Preventative Medicine
  • Chronic Disease Management
  • Lab Testing & Blood Work
  • Prescription Refills
  • Referrals to Specialists

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Each of our reviews is a testament to the warmth, professionalism, and personalized attention we bring to every appointment. Your health journey is our passion, and these stories inspire us to continue providing exceptional care.

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House Call FAQs

Do you offer same-day appointments how long will it take for a provider to arrive at my location.

Yes, we understand the importance of prompt healthcare. We make every effort to offer same-day appointments whenever possible. We do our best to arrive within one to two hours of your booking.

Do we offer house calls on weekends or evenings?

Yes, we understand that your schedule may be busy during weekdays. We offer flexible scheduling, including weekends and evenings and try our very best to accommodate your preferred times. Our medical house call services are available seven days a week. We’re here to provide you with personalized healthcare when it’s most convenient for you.

Do you provide service to my place of business or hotel?

Yes, ConciergeMD is an at-your-door service. We will come to your office, home or hotel 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

What should I expect during a House Call visit?

During a house call visit, you’ll meet with the same types of professionals you see in a doctor’s office — a licensed health care practitioner. After introductions, your provider will perform a thorough history and physical examination appropriate for your specific complaints and will then recommend the appropriate treatment options. After all of your questions are answered, instructions are given, your provider will depart.

Who will come to my home for the House Call visit?

You’ll meet with a licensed health care practitioner who may be a nurse practitioner, physician assistant or medical doctor. Just like the professionals you see in your regular doctor’s office, our staff are state licensed and maintain national certification. We take the extra step of performing background checks on our clinical staff to provide additional assurance for our members.

How does a house call differ from a regular doctor office visit, Urgent Care Facility, or an Emergency Room?

We bring excellent, quality healthcare to you and on your schedule. You are seen in the comfort of your home, hotel or office and at a convenient time for you. You never have to wait again in an overcrowded waiting room. You will not be sitting next to sick patients for an extended period of time. We can treat the same illnesses that you would normally go to see in a primary care physician’s office. Our fees are affordable and often less expensive that one would pay at an Urgent Care Center or an Emergency Department.

Do you provide medications?

Our providers carry injectable medications and can prescribe medications to your local pharmacy for pick up.

What if the physician decides my illness requires additional testing and/or treatment?

We can provide all additional testing (e.g. x-rays, EKG, ultrasound, etc.) in the comfort and convenience of your home or hotel suite, and can provide referrals to any specialty if needed.

Do you draw labs?

We do offer a variety of laboratory tests and studies that can be completed in the home, hotel or workplace. Blood work can be drawn and delivered to local laboratories when necessary.

Do you offer X-ray and ultrasound services?

X-ray and ultrasound services are available to be brought to you upon request. A certified x-ray technician brings a portable x-ray machine to your home, hotel room, workplace, or wherever you are. The x-ray images are processed on site, and films are reviewed by your house call physician or a board certified radiologist. Copies of the images may be provided to the patient upon request. Various portable ultrasound studies are also available. Additional studies, including CT or MRI may be completed at a radiology center of your choice.

Will you care for the home-bound, or elderly, as a primary care doctor?

Yes, with pleasure, under most circumstances.

If I am experiencing an emergency, should I book a house call?

Concierge MD is not an Emergency Room replacement and we do not treat patients experiencing chest pain, shortness of breath, head trauma, loss of consciousness, or other life-threatening emergencies, as these conditions may require immediate hospitalization. If you are having a medical emergency, please go directly to the E.R. or dial 911 immediately.

Do you accept health insurance?

Although most insurance companies will reimburse a portion of the visit or apply the amount to your deductible if it has not been met at this time, we do not accept insurance in the traditional sense. We will provide you with the documentation that can be submitted to your health insurance company for reimbursement. You may be eligible for reimbursement through your “out-of-network” option of your PPO or HMO plan. We do not guarantee any reimbursement.

May I utilize your services while I still see my regular physician with whom I have a long term relationship?

Yes! We understand the tremendous value in long standing Doctor Patient relationships. We will confer with your physician and coordinate your care together.

What are the benefits of using Concierge MD?

  • Same-day service and appointments, usually within one to two hours of your call.
  • Extended and unhurried medical visits.
  • Comprehensive medical care in the comfort of your own environment.
  • No more waiting in waiting rooms.
  • House, Office, or Hotel Visits.
  • On site diagnostic testing.
  • Personal relationship with your licensed clinical provider. 
  • Prompt follow-up on all tests and reports.
  • Coordination of care with carefully selected specialists.
  • Fast and Easy Prescription Renewal Anytime/Anywhere.
  • Prompt telephone feedback with lab and radiology test results.

Who uses Concierge MD?

For those of you who are frustrated by excessive wait times in the ER or refuse to stay in an overcrowded urgent care clinic, Concierge MD offers a time saving, efficient alternative. With Concierge MD, you can now be taken care of in the comfort of your home, hotel or workplace, with minimal interruption to your daily life.

How much do you save with a house call?

The time and monetary savings accompanied with a house call visit are significant because of the convenience of bringing healthcare to you. House call visits offer value by providing a licensed health care practitioner on your schedule. If you are a busy individual and value the little time you have to enjoy, then ConciergeMD offers you an excellent solution when you or a loved one need medical attention. Now you can afford the luxury of not having to leave your home, office, or hotel when you are sick, deal with traffic, and spend significant time waiting for a doctor’s appointment or in the waiting room with other sick patients waiting to be seen. This can often take hours of your time.

Do I have to be a member of Concierge MD to have a provider visit me at my home, office, or hotel?

No! ConciergeMD is available to everyone. There are no membership fees or subscriptions required.

Does Concierge MD offer services for employers?

Concierge MD offers custom corporate service programs to provide medical care for your employees living in, working in, or visiting your local area. Our full line of services is available as well as custom arrangements tailored to your company’s needs. Rather than putting off a meeting or delaying a flight, we arrange medical treatment in the comfort of your employee’s office, house or hotel, and make sure that they rapidly get on the road to recovery. Make Concierge MD a valuable asset and addition to your benefits package by keeping your employees healthy and happy.

Do you offer virtual care instead? I would prefer to do this over the phone.

Yes, we do offer virtual care options for your convenience. If you prefer a remote consultation, you can learn more and schedule your virtual appointment by visiting our Virtual Consultations Page. We’re here to provide healthcare in the way that suits you best.

Experience Care with ConciergeMD

ConciergeMD offers coverage throughout the United States.

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In Home Medical Senior Care Services | Landmark Health

  • Patient or Caregiver
  • Community Provider

Are you a new Landmark patient?

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Living with chronic health conditions? We can help.

Our providers and care teams come to you, bringing care through house call visits. This in-home medical care is designed around understanding your health needs and goals. We work with you and your regular doctors to help you stay well and stay home.

House calls and video visits in 37 states.

Landmark partners with health plans to bring medical, behavioral health, and palliative care, along with social services, to patients in communities across the U.S. Our mobile providers visit patients in their homes through in-person house calls and telemedicine visits over video and phone.

We are the future of health care.

Landmark is one of the nation’s largest healthcare companies focused on in-home care of complex, chronic patients. Our physician-led provider groups support collaborative ties between community-based organizations, primary care providers, specialists and patients and their families.

patients nationally for which Landmark bears risk

reduction in hospital admissions

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Discover the benefits.

  • For Patients + Caregivers
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Health care in your home

Old-fashioned house calls by medical doctors, nurse practitioners and physician assistants bring modern medicine to you. Feel better and stay well at home.

Covered by your health plan

The Landmark program works with health plans to improve access to care for patients with multiple chronic conditions. Landmark’s team-based care is available often at no cost to you.

Keep your current doctors

Landmark coordinates its care with your primary care provider, specialists and other community resources. Landmark provides added support to those who need it most.

Available 24 / 7

Our provider-staffed call center answers any time of the day or night. We also provide urgent visits to help you avoid unnecessary trips to the emergency room.

No waiting room

With Landmark house calls, you won’t need transportation to clinics and hospitals, and you avoid waiting rooms and exposure to germs.

Reduced stress

Patients and caregivers enjoy peace of mind with Landmark support. Landmark cares for the whole patient.

Landmark house calls put patients at the center of health care.

Collaborative care for complex patients.

Landmark’s community-based mobile providers bring coordinated care to patients with multiple chronic health conditions. We augment your care in the patient’s home.

Covered by health plans

The Landmark program is included in eligible patients’ health plans to improve care coordination and healthcare access for home-limited patients.

You remain the primary care provider

Landmark care is coordinated directly with you. Our providers reinforce your care plan in the home through physician-led interdisciplinary care teams.

Access our interdisciplinary team

Landmark’s interdisciplinary care team is available to you and your patients, including behavioral health specialists, social workers, palliative care specialists, nurse care managers and pharmacists.

Reduce administrative burden

We can help your highest acuity patients by managing post-acute care, home health orders, face-to-face encounters, and more.

24 / 7 availability

You can reach us any time, including weekends and holidays. We do urgent home visits to intervene if your patient experiences a chronic disease exacerbation.

Landmark supports your patients with complex health and social needs.

Chronic care management.

We’re one of the nations’ leading risk-bearing medical groups. We focus on giving your most complex members care when they need it, right in their home.

Over 250,000 patients across the country

We bear risk for over 250,000 complex, chronic patients, spanning Medicare Advantage, Medicaid, Dual, and Commercial, populations.

Behavioral, social and palliative care

Our team of multidisciplinary clinicians may include behavioral health specialists, palliative care practitioners, social workers, nurse care managers, dietitians and pharmacists.

Urgent in-home visits

One in four of our home visits is urgent. We bring medical care to your members when they need it, to avoid unnecessary emergency room trips and hospitalizations.

Built-for-purpose infrastructure

Our technology platform is designed specifically to support the medically vulnerable, clinically complex population.

Meaningful outcomes

Landmark commonly helps health plans achieve 4- and 5-star performance on Medicare STARS clinical quality of care, while caring for the most complex patients.

Landmark provides care for complex, chronic patients to positively impact access, satisfaction, outcomes and cost.

Landmark came several times to our house due to my husbands health conditions. PA Jeff and PA Tracy including all the nurses have always shown up promptly. They all are very caring, very knowledgeable and reassuring. I can’t say enough good about this organization.

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Practice health care the way you always wanted — with those who need it most.

Expert insights.

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Outsmart Unplanned Medical Costs: 10 Steps for Managing the Unexpected

Older adults can safeguard themselves from the physical, mental and emotional toll of unexpected medical costs.

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Optum Care Network – Monarch and Landmark Health bring care to you at home.

Optum Care Network – Monarch has teamed up with Landmark to deliver in-home medical care to members with multiple chronic conditions.

Have questions about Landmark? We’d love to hear from you.

UnitedHealthcare HouseCalls home

Look out for your health

A UnitedHealthcare® HouseCalls visit is a no-cost, yearly health check-in that can make a big difference. 

Call 1-866-799-5895 ,

TTY 711,  to schedule your visit.

HouseCalls brings yearly check-in care

To you at home.

Connect for up to a full hour of 1-on-1 time with a licensed health care practitioner. Every visit includes a physical, tailored recommendations on health care screenings and plenty of time to ask questions that matter to you.

After your visit, HouseCalls connects with your primary care provider (PCP) to help keep them informed about your health. It's a great way to feel confident knowing an extra set of eyes is looking out for you between regular PCP visits.

What is a HouseCalls visit? 

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Say hello to HouseCalls.

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HouseCalls is our way of looking out for your health, so you can focus on your future. Here’s what it’s all about.

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Once a year, a licensed health care practitioner can come to your home to spend up to an hour with you on your health and wellness.

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It's designed to be easy, convenient and informative.

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You'll get a head-to-toe exam, important health screenings and plenty of time to talk about your health goals.

We'll also provide guidance on managing your health and if you need it, give you referrals for other health plan resources and services.

HouseCalls is a great way to stay on top of your health between regular doctor's visits.

At the end of your visit, you'll get a personalized checklist so you can feel more confident in what to discuss with your regular doctor.

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If you're wondering how much all of this is going to cost, the best part is, there is no extra cost to you. It's included in your health plan.

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A HouseCalls visit takes place in the comfort of your own home or by video if you prefer.

So, say hello to HouseCalls and invite us in for a visit today.

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Access one of the most popular UnitedHealthcare offerings, at no cost to you

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Schedule your visit

Call 1-866-799-5895 , TTY 711

Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–8:30 p.m. ET

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Your in-home health check-in

  • Up to a full hour with a licensed health care practitioner
  • Ask the questions that matter to you and get valuable health tips
  • No cost — it's included in your health plan

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Get rewarded

Meet your friendly housecalls medical staff.

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Just like the professionals you see in your regular doctor’s office, our licensed health care practitioners may be nurse practitioners, physician assistants or medical doctors. They’re state licensed and maintain national certification.

We perform background checks on these professionals to provide additional peace of mind for our members. Your loved ones, caregivers or friends are welcome to be present during the visit — it’s up to you.

Ready to open the door to better health?

Getting ready for your housecalls appointment, tips to help you prepare:  .

  • Wear shoes that are easily removed to have your feet checked
  • Make a list of upcoming appointments with your PCP and specialists
  • Make sure all of your medications, both prescription and over-the-counter vitamins and supplements, are in their original bottles for our review
  • If you record blood pressure readings, please have your results available for review
  • If you have diabetes, please have your blood glucose meter handy
  • Make a list of questions and concerns you’d like to discuss

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During your appointment

  • You'll have up to a full hour of 1-on-1 time with your health care practitioner for a physical, select lab tests, health screenings and more
  • A HouseCalls visit can be completed while sitting at your kitchen table or in the living room, and you can use the time to ask any health-related questions
  • The visit is tailored to your individual needs, so screenings and conversation topics can vary

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After your appointment

Less travel time. more face time..

Think of HouseCalls as an extra layer of care — valuable 1-on-1 time you don't always get in the doctor's office. And it's tailored to your individual needs.

Schedule today

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To secure your spot, call us at  1-866-799-5895 , TTY 711

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Have a question?

Find answers to frequently asked questions.  

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If you have a specific question about your upcoming appointment or need to reschedule, call us at 1-866-799-5895, TTY 711 , Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–8:30 p.m. ET

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We're here to help.  

Mobile Physician Services

House Calls – We Bring the Doctor’s Office to the Patient

At Mobile Physician Services, we provide comprehensive care to improve the health and quality of life of our patients – in the convenience and comfort of their own home. Our team of board-certified doctors, advance nurse practitioners, and physician assistants specialize in providing care for patients with medically complex and chronic conditions.

Our Services

We accept Medicare, many insurance plans, and self-pay.

To find out more about our services:

Call Toll-free: (855) 232-0644

E-mail us at [email protected]

Primary Care

Pain management, palliative care.

At Mobile Physician Services, our customized care teams provide patients with both comfort and familiarity as they work with a dedicated primary care provider and care coordinator to improve their health. Our physicians and staff take a proactive approach to preventive care, chronic disease management, and chronic illness support right where you live.

Each home visit includes an in-depth examination and individualized treatment plan, which is monitored and adjusted through routine follow-up visits. The primary care provider will deliver your ongoing care and will recommend to you specialty services as needed.

  • Annual Wellness visits : This wellness visit allows your primary care provider to create or update your personalized prevention plan. This visit includes a review of your medical and social history related to your health and may include counseling about preventive services. This plan may help you to prevent or reduce the chances of future illness based on your current health and risk factors.
  • New Illness Exams : When a new symptom or ailment arises, call us. Early indications of not feeling well could be a clue that you may be getting sick. A symptom in one part of the body may also be a sign of a problem in another part of the body. Moreover, unrelated symptoms that might seem minor on their own, could be warning signs of a more serious medical disease or condition. The new illness exam can be very brief or more detailed depending on your concerns and the provider’s findings.
  • Follow-up Care: Involves a regular medical checkup, which may include a physical exam and laboratory testing. Follow-up care checks are a proactive way of assessing the potential for and preventing health problems from returning after treatment of a disease has ended or an illness has seemingly passed.
  • Referral for Specialty Care : Referrals are the link between primary and specialty care. The referral coordination includes the documentation of patient care activities, the transfer of information, the inter-provider communication itself, and the integration of care services to the patient. Mobile Physician Services is a multi-specialty practice so many of these specialty referral services can be made seamlessly with little inconvenience or disruption to the patient and caregivers regular routines.
  • Medication Management: Medication management is a treatment structure that ensures our patients are receiving optimal therapeutic results from their prescription medications, both in the short and long term. Our team’s goal is to mitigate medication noncompliance and monitor all prescriptions treatments so that drug interactions complement one another for the most optimal outcome for our patients.

The provider may be a physician, advanced practice nurse or a physician assistant. A dedicated care coordinator will also be assigned for each patient to help arrange comprehensive services and assist patients and their caregivers.

  • Online Patient Portal: You and your designated caregiver, if you choose, will be able to connect with your provider through a convenient, safe and secure environment which allows access to your health records and a way to communicate with our staff in a timely manner.
  • Telephone Assistance : On call providers are available 24/7 weekdays and weekends.

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Our psychiatry team specializes in the diagnosis and management of mental, emotional and behavioral disorders. They carefully evaluate each patient to develop an individualized treatment plan to improve the patient’s overall mental and physical well-being.

  • Depression : Depression is a common and often serious medical illness that negatively affects how you may feel, the way you may think, and how you may act. Depression can cause feelings of sadness, despair and hopelessness, which may lead to a loss of interest in activities you once enjoyed.
  • Anxiety : Intense, excessive, and persistent worry and fear about everyday common situations. The worry or anxiety could make you feel fatigued, irritable, and interfere with your regular sleep habits.
  • Dementia : An overall term that is used to describes a collection of symptoms related to an individual’s decline in memory or other thinking skills. It may be severe enough to diminish a person’s ability to perform everyday common activities. The effects of dementia can negatively influence your memory, thinking and social abilities.
  • Phobias : A phobia is when you experience excessive panicking or an irrational fear reaction to a situation. If you have a phobia, you may experience a deep sense of dread or fright when you encounter the source of your fear. The fear may be a certain place, situation, object, animal or even another person.
  • Behavioral disorders : Attention deficit, hyperactivity, bipolar, learning, defiant or conduct disorders are all examples of complaints that may have a detrimental impact on a person’s interpersonal relationships with family, friends, and co-workers.

Our team can provide behavioral counselling and medical therapy, when appropriate, to help a patient feel better about themselves and to assist them with better coping and managing their condition.

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Our wound care specialists have been trained in the attention and treatment of all types of acute and chronic wounds. They have skill and experience in wound debridement and wound care procedures – managing chronic, non-healing wounds and infections, with a demonstrated care that fosters healing… right in the patient’s own home.

We specialize in serving homebound patients who may also be bed-bound or have difficulty in walking or moving around. As a result, immobility compression sores develop at pressure points on the body when the weight of an immobilized individual rests continuously on a firm surface, such as a mattress or wheel chair. Often these same patients are on oxygen or have high-risk medical conditions which makes it an even more challenging and stressful effort for them to travel to a doctor’s office for an appointment. Thus, the necessity for in home care and treatment.

Wounds that benefit from specialized wound care techniques include:

  • Diabetic foot wounds and ulcers
  • Post-surgical wounds
  • Traumatic wounds caused by injury
  • Arterial and vein stasis caused by lack of circulation
  • Immobility pressure sores. (Bed sores from stillness)

We work closely with home health agencies to provide ongoing care and monitoring of patient’s wounds.

House Call Medical Bag

Our board-certified podiatrists treat foot pain, wounds, and more. Treatments may include but are not limited to treating conditions of the lower extremities which could hinder mobility.

  • We will review each patients’ medical history to evaluate the condition of the feet, ankle or lower leg
  • Carry out a diagnosis on the feet and lower legs through examination and medical tests
  • Order physical therapy when deemed necessary
  • Treat wounds of the lower extremities using various wound care modalities. This may include debridement to improve the healing potential
  • Promote prevention, health & well being, the treatment and management of the foot and related problems, disability, deformity, and the pedal complications of chronic diseases for the elderly
  • Prescribe and fit prosthetic appliances such as diabetic shoe inserts and evaluate for bracing if necessary
  • Refer patients to other specialists for treatment, including conditions such as diabetes or arthritis
  • Advise patients on ways to prevent future leg problems and increase speed of recovery
  • Monitor the recovery progress of patients to determine the need for change in treatment

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We know it’s not always easy to leave home to get the care you need for your eyes. Our optometrists bring state-of-the-art diagnostic eye equipment and technology to your home – making it much easier for you to get the vision care you need.

During a visit, your doctor will exam each eye for signs of serious issues such as glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration, and detached retinas, among other conditions.

Receiving regular eye exams regardless of the state of your vision can help detect serious eye problems at their earliest stages ─ when they are most treatable. During an eye exam, your doctor will observe and evaluate the health and condition of the blood vessels in your retina, which can be good indicators of the health of your blood vessels throughout the rest of your body.

  • Comprehensive eye exams : This exam goes beyond a simple vision screening. A comprehensive eye exam includes a host of tests in order to do a complete evaluation of the health of your eyes and your vision.
  • Annual retina exams : A retinal exam allows your doctor to evaluate the back of your eye, including the retina, the optic disk and the underlying layer of blood vessels that supply the retina.
  • Eyeglass fittings : A prescription works best when your eyeglasses are properly fitted. Improper fitting may cause pinching, distorted vision, headaches, and even dizziness. Our doctors will make sure your prescription lenses and frames are working together for you.
  • Diabetic eye exams : Diabetes does not have to lead to vision loss. Taking an active role in managing your diabetes can go a long way in curbing later complications. Regular eye exams, good management of your blood sugar and blood pressure, along with early intervention for vision problems can help prevent vision loss caused by diabetic retinopathy. Retinopathy is caused by damage to the blood vessels of the light-sensitive tissue at the back of your eye.
  • Refractions: This test is given as part of your routine eye examination. It is often referred to as a vision test. This test assists your eye doctor in measuring you for the exact lens prescription you will need.
  • Eye injuries: Eye trauma could be the result of a sudden blow to the eye. It may cause the eye to suddenly compress and retract which could cause damage to your eye and the surrounding tissue. Even if the injury may seem minor, all eye injuries should be furthered examined by a doctor for possible more serious and underlying injuries.
  • Eye infections: The most common eye infection is conjunctivitis, also known as pink-eye. An eye infection can happen in almost any part of your eye, including your eye lid, cornea and optic nerve. Symptoms of eye infections may include redness, itching, swelling, discharge, pain, or problems with vision. Always consult with your doctor before treating, as recommended actions are contingent on the cause of the infection.
  • Low-vision exams: A low vision exam is different from a normal eye exam. This functional-vision assessment determines how specific visual impairments affects your ability to perform everyday activities. The exam’s results assist your doctor in prescribing management tools and medications to better enhance and manage your remaining vision.

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A pain management specialist is a provider with advanced training in diagnosing and treating pain. Our pain management specialists treat pain stemming from a variety of different causes, whether it’s neuropathic pain or headache, or the result of injury, a surgical procedure, cancer or another illness.

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Palliative care is an approach to the holistic care of patients, including family and caregivers, to improve the quality of their lives after the diagnosis of a chronic debilitating disease or life-limiting illness that may cause a host of complaints.

Palliative care can begin at diagnosis and continue to be offered while the patient is continuing active treatment through different phases of their life limiting condition. Palliative care is for any patient with a chronic illness who is experiencing a decreased quality of life because of symptoms related to their illness or treatment, like renal dialysis, oxygen therapy or chemotherapy. The care is provided by a specially-trained team of doctors, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and other specialists who work together to provide an extra layer of support to the patient and their caregivers.

Palliative care can help in symptom control including not only pain, but nausea, weakness, shortness of breath, fatigue and weight loss at any time during their diseases, not only at the end of life.

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Important: This is an informational article to explain how house call doctor visits can benefit seniors. DailyCaring isn’t a medical organization, we aren’t medical professionals, and we aren’t affiliated with any healthcare organizations. We aren’t qualified to respond to any medical questions.

House call doctor visits benefit older adults and caregivers

Getting your older adult to the doctor’s office for an appointment can be difficult or sometimes impossible.

Whether they’re frail, can’t walk on their own, or have Alzheimer’s or dementia , getting out of the house is hard on both of you. Going to a doctor’s office can also expose seniors to germs or harsh weather.

We explain what a house call doctor is, what type of insurance they accept, how to find one, and what to look for in terms of services.

What is a house call doctor?

Today, many doctors are bringing back the old practice of visiting patients in their homes. With house calls, older adults don’t have to go through the stress and difficulty of getting to the doctor’s office. And neither do you.

Another bonus is that these doctors usually spend more time with patients. You won’t have to fit all your questions into a 15 minute visit.

Do they accept Medicare?

Yes, many house call doctors accept Medicare , private insurance, and sometimes Medicaid . It usually costs the same as a regular office visit.

But every house call doctor is different, so make sure you understand their fees and accepted insurance plans before making an appointment.

How to find a house call doctor

Some large health care systems like Kaiser Permanente or the VA have programs that include home visits by doctors and nurses. For example, Kaiser’s home-based palliative care program includes house calls.

Even your older adult isn’t part of a large health network, it’s worthwhile to ask your older adult’s doctor if they have home doctor visit programs.

The American Academy of Home Care Medicine’s provider directory is another way to locate a house call doctor in your area.

You can also use Google to search for “house call doctor” + your city or county or “home doctor visit” + your city or county (don’t include the quotation marks).

What to look for in a house call doctor

Before booking an appointment, make sure you understand the doctor’s services, fees, and billing.

Questions to ask:

  • Do you specialize in treating seniors, people with Alzheimer’s or dementia , or those with  multiple chronic conditions ?
  • Do you accept Medicare , Medicaid , or my older adult’s private insurance plan?
  • If we want, can we also keep my older adult’s primary care doctor?
  • Will you communicate with my older adult’s existing doctors and specialists so their care is coordinated?

Examples of house call doctor private practices

We want to be clear that we’re not recommending any specific home doctor services or companies and aren’t affiliated with any of these businesses. These are examples to give you an idea of what a house call doctor looks like and the type of services that are typically offered.

Examples of what a house call doctor looks like:

  • Visiting Physicians Association (VPA)
  • Bay Area House Call Physicians
  • Kindred House Calls

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My 95 year old father has a deep cough and he is disoriented. Temp 99 degrees.

Please contact your father’s doctor immediately or the local hospital to find out how to safely get him examined by a doctor (to reduce risk of exposure to Covid-19).

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I live in [redacted for privacy] and need a doctor visit in home.

This article includes suggestions for how you can find house call doctor services in your area. At DailyCaring, we aren’t doctors and don’t provide any medical services. We hope you’re able to find a great house call doctor in your area.

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I was released from the hospital on Thursday after 5 days.I am not able to go to Dr office but most definitely need to be checked.Still having breaking problems and am very week.I have severe asthma and blood pressure was running very high from so much steroids.Could I possibly get help.Thanks so much.

I’m so sorry to hear that you’re not feeling well. Since you’re noticing some issues with your recovery, it’s essential to call your primary doctor immediately. Since they’re the ones who have been treating you and are familiar with your recent hospitalization, they’re the best people to advise you on what you need. If you need help getting to your doctor’s office, you may want to contact your local Area Agency on Aging or a ride sharing service. Or, use the tips in this article to search for a doctor in your area who makes house calls.

Here are some articles that may be helpful: — 8 Ridesharing Services for Seniors https://dailycaring.com/8-ridesharing-services-for-seniors/ — 6 Affordable Senior Transportation Options https://dailycaring.com/6-affordable-senior-transportation-options/ — Local Community Resources for Seniors and Caregivers: Area Agency on Aging (to connect you with local organizations that may be able to help) https://dailycaring.com/local-community-resources-for-seniors-and-caregivers-area-agency-on-aging/ — 4 Ways to Know If Seniors Need to Return to the Hospital https://dailycaring.com/4-ways-to-know-if-seniors-need-to-return-to-the-hospital/

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Many elders struggle with disability and severe chronic illness and have difficulty getting to the doctor’s office. As a result, their health may suffer and lead to unnecessary ER visits, hospitalization, or nursing home care. In 1999, recognizing the needs of such elders and their families, we created the MedStar House Call program - MedStar Total Elder Care to provide full medical and social services that help elders remain in their homes with dignity. These teams now serve both Washington, D.C., and Baltimore, MD.

The MedStar House Call Program - MedStar Total Elder Care is nationally recognized for the quality and outcomes of our care. We serve patients at home with a team of geriatricians, nurse practitioners (NPs), social workers, office nurses, and coordinators. We make routine and urgent house calls (in-person or via telehealth with video or audio-only phone visits). Our medical staff is also available by phone 24/7 for urgent issues. We provide access to state-of-the-art hospital and specialty care. Additionally, our physician team follows our patients if and when they are admitted to the MedStar Washington Hospital Center.

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Medical house calls and primary care by doctors and nurse practitioners with expertise in the care of older adults

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We offer tests and treatments at-home, and at the hospital as needed

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Coordination of specialist care at MedStar Washington or MedStar Good Samaritan

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On-call physicians: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (by phone)

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Our team coordinates emergency, hospital, and specialty care at MedStar Washington and MedStar Good Samaritan. Patients may keep their previous specialist doctors; we work with them as needed. We refer to MedStar Good Samaritan, MedStar Washington, for home-based podiatry or other new specialist care. If House Call patients require hospitalization, and 911 is not needed, our team can arrange transportation and admission to MedStar Good Samaritan or MedStar Washington when beds are available.

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Our dedicated team of social workers provides:

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Assistance with identifying alternative living arrangements, as needed

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Be 65 years or older and have difficulty getting to the doctor’s office

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An Ohio woman whose toddler died after she left her alone for more than a week while she went on vacation was sentenced to life in prison without parole Monday, the Cuyahoga County prosecutor said.

Kristel Candelario, 32, pleaded guilty last month t o aggravated murder and endangering children in connection with the death of her 16-month-old daughter, Jailyn, last year.

Candelario left for vacation June 6 and left Jailyn alone. She visited Detroit and Puerto Rico, the prosecutor’s office said.

When she returned on June 16, she found Jailyn dead and called police, authorities said.

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Jailyn died of starvation and severe dehydration due to pediatric neglect, Dr. Elizabeth Mooney, the deputy Cuyahoga County medical examiner, said in court Monday. The manner was ruled homicide.

The child was extremely dehydrated and emaciated, weighing 13 pounds, 7 pounds less than in her last doctor's visit less than two months before, Mooney said.

Mooney, who conducted the autopsy, called Jailyn's death "one of the most tragic and unfortunate cases I’ve had in my career thus far." She said the child could have suffered for possibly a week.

In a statement Monday, prosecutor Michael C. O’Malley called Jailyn “a beautiful baby girl who was taken from this world due to her mother’s unimaginable selfishness.”

Candelario told the court Monday that “every day I ask forgiveness from God and from my daughter Jailyn.”

She also asked forgiveness from her other daughter and from her parents.

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Candelario’s attorney, Derek Smith, said that no one was trying to excuse her behavior but that Candelario was struggling emotionally and was overwhelmed as a single mother of two children.

Candelario had tried to harm herself earlier in 2023 and she had been placed on antidepressants, which she stopped taking without tapering down in dosage as required, which can cause side effects, Smith told the court. Candelario was "not thinking clearly," he said.

“I am not trying to justify my actions, but nobody knew how much I was suffering and what I was going through,” Candelario said through an interpreter.

Assistant Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Anna Faraglia told the court Monday that Candelario had left Jailyn alone for two days immediately before she left on vacation.

"The thought of this child dying every day while she's having fun — humanity can't stomach that," Faraglia said. "And those are the actions that need to be punished. She abandoned her daughter and left her for dead."

In sentencing Candelario, Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Judge Brendan Sheehan noted that the police and the medical professionals involved called it one of the most horrific cases they’d ever seen.

“It stunned people across this world, because it defies one of the basic human responsibilities,” Sheehan said. He called it “the ultimate act of betrayal.” 

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Grey's Anatomy Season 20, Episode 3 Recap: 8 Biggest Story Reveals

Warning! This article contains SPOILERS for Grey's Anatomy season 20, episode 3.

  • Meredith's new approach to Alzheimer's research causes tension with Catherine, leading her to seek funding through Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital's discretionary fund.
  • Amelia and new pediatric surgeon Monica clash but eventually find common ground while working on a case together at Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital.
  • Winston's attempt to visit Maggie in Chicago is thwarted by an important case, leading him to question the future of his relationship with Maggie.

Grey's Anatomy season 20, episode 3 introduced a new character to Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital while bringing an old one back. The episode also continued a trend from the Grey’s Anatomy season 20 premiere by featuring Meredith, despite her having left Seattle for Boston in the season 19 mid-season finale. It has been revealed that Ellen Pompeo will appear for at least four episodes of Grey’s Anatomy season 20 , meaning viewers have more Meredith to look forward to in the upcoming episodes as well, especially with the reveals from episode 3 that set up her working in Seattle more.

The latest Grey’s Anatomy episode followed its classic formula of focusing on one big case and patient along with some of the other doctors in the hospital and their storylines. With over 420 episodes, the medical drama still manages to find ways to make their stories fresh with exciting new cases, some of which in Grey’s Anatomy are based on real-life cases . Still, as interesting as the cases get, the high point of every episode is the drama with the doctors behind the scenes, and Grey’s Anatomy season 20, episode 3 delivered plenty of it.

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Amelia & meredith presented their alzheimer's research, meredith was hiding her research from catherine.

At the end of Grey’s Anatomy season 19 , Meredith proposed a new approach to Alzheimer’s research that would mean decades of work was wrong. If Meredith is right, she’d be hitting a major medical breakthrough , but if she’s wrong, she could be hurting the reputation of those who came before her and the field of medical research. Due to this, Catherine, whom Meredith is currently working for in Boston, told her to just stick to the research she was hired for. Unable to let it go, Meredith and Amelia started working together behind Catherine’s back.

Grey’s Anatomy season 20, episode 3 opened with Meredith and Amelia presenting their research to an excited board of investors. Unfortunately, the board assumed that Catherine was onboard as well, which was a condition of their funding. Rather than try and get her on board, Meredith spent most of Grey’s Anatomy season 20, episode 3 hiding from Catherine , as she knew her boss would never approve. Without funding, her and Amelia’s research can’t go anywhere, so support is vital.

Amelia & The New Pediatric Surgeon Butted Heads

There was tension between amelia & monica.

The Grey’s Anatomy season 20 trailer featured interactions between Amelia and Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital’s newest doctor, Monica Beltran, that got viewers excited about what was to come. It wasn’t until Grey’s Anatomy season 20, episode 3 that Monica made her first appearance , but her scenes with Amelia made it worth the wait. The duo got off on the wrong foot, with Amelia stealing a spot Monica was waiting for in the parking lot, only for them to have to work with each other on a case throughout the episode.

Monica is a new pediatric attending surgeon, making her the first peds surgeon to join the Grey’s Anatomy main cast since Cormac Hayes. Together, Monica and Amelia, with Blue’s assistance, worked on an 8-year-old girl named Milan with congenital hydrocephalus. From the start, Monica rubbed Amelia the wrong way . Amelia saw her as rude and dismissive, with the new surgeon blunt and unafraid of constructive criticism.

While Amelia was initially offended by Monica telling her to think of another treatment for Milan, it ended up being good advice. Despite the tension between them, they wound up working well together, as noted by Milan’s mom. When Amelia complained about Webber to Monica, he said that he hired Monica because she reminded him of the neurosurgeon. Amelia has always butted heads with people similar to her , as shown through her relationship with Derek. With Amelia seeing Monica in a different light by the end of Grey’s Anatomy season 20, episode 3, a new romance could be brewing.

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Winston was going to chicago to visit maggie, a patient interrupted winston’s plans.

Grey’s Anatomy season 19 was hard on Winston and Maggie’s relationship, as she ultimately made the decision to move to Chicago without him and repeatedly put her career above their marriage. Fortunately, Winston and Maggie seemed to get a happy ending in Grey’s Anatomy season 19, with them agreeing to try to make their relationship work long distance . In Grey’s Anatomy season 20, episode 3, Winston was finally going to visit Maggie in Chicago, but an important case got in the way of his trip.

A massive watercraft arrived in the parking lot at Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital with its pilot, Nate, who had been trying to paddle from Seattle to Hong Kong, stuck inside. The bars were keeping him from potentially bleeding out, making it tricky for Winston and the team of doctors to figure out how to free him and get him into the operating room. Nate explained that he built the watercraft to prove himself to his wife, who chose him over her billionaire ex-boyfriend.

Eventually, they were able to free Nate, but he sadly didn’t make it off the table. His wife initially blamed herself, but Simone shared Nate’s last message with her, letting her know just how much he loved her. Winston watched the scene in Grey’s Anatomy season 20, episode 3 with Maggie and his failed visit on his mind .

Nico Returned In Grey’s Anatomy Season 20, Episode 3

Nico was visiting with his new partner.

From Grey’s Anatomy seasons 15 to 18, Levi, better known as Schmitt, was in a relationship with Nico Kim, an orthopedic attending surgeon. Their relationship was a rocky one , full of ups and downs, with it finally ending after Schmitt tragically lost a patient. Following their breakup, Levi left Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital in Grey’s Anatomy season 19 to work for the Seattle Mariners and hadn’t returned until the most recent episode.

In Grey’s Anatomy season 20, episode 3, Nico appeared at the hospital, but not as a doctor. He and his partner, Jason, and their surrogate were working with Jo, as they were expecting their first child . This threw Schmitt off, as he didn’t know that Nico even wanted children. Nico confessed that he’d only been with Jason for 9 months, and though he hadn’t always wanted children, he knew he wanted to be with Jason, even if it meant becoming a dad.

Though it seemed as though Schmitt might have wanted Nico back, a conversation with Jo revealed his true feelings. Jo pointed out that Schmitt simply felt behind , as he wasn’t seeing anyone and all his friends were in committed romantic relationships. In the previous Grey’s Anatomy episode, Schmitt hit it off with a patient, so he might not be single for much longer.

Adams Ignored Bailey’s Instructions

Adams left yasuda alone with their patient.

After the stunts they pulled in the Grey’s Anatomy season 19 finale, the interns were put on probation . In Grey’s Anatomy season 20, episode 2, Bailey gave them a list of procedures they needed to complete if they wanted to return to the operating room. Unfortunately for the interns, it wasn’t an easy list to complete, and they relied on good assignments to get them done. When Yasuda and Adams were assigned to watch the gunshot wound patient from last episode, Dorian, who was still unconscious, they knew they probably wouldn’t be checking anything off their list.

While Yasuda accepted the assignment in stride, not wanting to get into any more trouble with Bailey , Adams didn’t have the same reaction. He left Yasuda alone with the patient in search of some more hands-on work, determined to get into the OR before Kwan, whom he saw as his biggest competition. As roommates, Yasuda was trying to form a tentative friendship with Adams, whom she still blamed for getting them banned from the OR. Thus, she reluctantly agreed to cover for him with Bailey.

When Dorian started coding, Yasuda was alone with him. Adams returned just when Yasuda made the diagnosis of abdominal compartment syndrome, and she went to get the proper materials to treat him. Unfortunately, Bailey arrived at just the wrong moment for Adams to claim he made the diagnosis and for her to scold Yasuda for being absent. Later, in the locker room, Yasuda confronted Adams, telling him their truce was off.

Greys Anatomy Season 20 Just Exposed A Huge Problem With The Shows Doctors

Teddy offered a discretionary fund to meredith, teddy wanted to help meredith behind catherine’s back.

To hide from Catherine, who was also visiting Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital, Meredith decided to spend the day with Teddy , who was doing physical therapy. It was nice to see the pair interact, as despite knowing each other for years, there aren’t many one-on-one scenes between them. Throughout Grey’s Anatomy season 20, episode 3, Teddy tried to get Meredith to talk about herself, her work in Boston, and why she was in Seattle in particular.

When Teddy fell off the treadmill during her physical therapy session, Meredith finally told Teddy the truth about her and Amelia’s research. Rather than reacting like Catherine had, Teddy was supportive and told Meredith that she wanted to fund her research through the Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital discretionary fund. This would allow Meredith to not just continue her research, but to hide it from Catherine as well. It was the perfect solution to Amelia and Meredith’s problem in Grey’s Anatomy season 20.

Maggie Canceled On Winston Again

Winston took off his wedding ring.

Even though Winston missed his flight due to the unexpected case, it didn’t matter, as Maggie had canceled on him, and not for the first time . Apparently, Winston had been trying to see Maggie in Chicago for weeks, but she always had a last-minute excuse about why she couldn’t meet with him. It appeared as though Winston was the only one willing to put in the time to make their relationship work, with Maggie once again putting work first. In a conversation with Owen, Winston confessed he didn’t know if his marriage was still worth fighting for.

Teddy’s relationship with Owen in Grey’s Anatomy went through similar struggles as Maggie and Winston’s in season 19, with Teddy becoming Chief of Surgery and Owen working to get off surgical probation. Owen advised Winston to think about why he was fighting in the first place and left the head of cardiothoracic surgery to himself. Winston then took off his wedding ring, suggesting that he might be done fighting. With Maggie supposed to make an appearance in Grey’s Anatomy season 20, it will be interesting to see if their relationship can be saved.

Adams Moved Out Of The Intern House

Adams didn’t tell anyone he was leaving.

At the end of Grey’s Anatomy season 20, episode 3, Simone returned home to find Adams missing . Not only was he gone, but so were all of his things. Without a word to anyone, Adams had moved out of the intern house. His roommates were Yasuda and Simone, both of whom he had a rocky relationship with, so it wasn’t exactly a surprising move for him in Grey’s Anatomy . Adams and Simone had just ended their relationship and Yasuda made it clear they weren’t friends, which would have made it hard for him to live with them.

The Grey’s Anatomy season 20, episode 4 promotional video also showed scenes of the interns getting questioned about what happened with Sam in the season 19 finale. One scene suggested that they threw Adams under the bus , which could compromise his place in the Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital residency program. Hopefully, Adams will figure out his place in Grey’s Anatomy season 20, even if it's not in the intern house anymore.

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Cast Richard Flood, Anthony Hill, Giacomo Gianniotti, Jake Borelli, Kelly McCreary, Sarah Drew, Caterina Scorsone, James Pickens Jr., Gaius Charles, Chyler Leigh, Ellen Pompeo, Patrick Dempsey, Sandra Oh, Jason George, Jerrika Hinton, Tessa Ferrer, Martin Henderson, Greg Germann, Brooke Smith, Chandra Wilson, Chris Carmack, Eric Dane, Sara Ramirez, Justin Chambers, Jessica Capshaw, Isaiah Washington, T.R. Knight, Kim Raver, Kevin McKidd, Katherine Heigl, Kate Walsh, Jesse Williams, camilla luddington

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Royal Family latest after Kate cancer diagnosis revealed

We'll bring you any major developments on the Royal Family on this page over the coming weeks after Kate, the Princess of Wales, revealed her cancer diagnosis.

Thursday 28 March 2024 13:36, UK

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Britain&#39;s Kate, the Princess of Wales, William, the Prince of Wales, arrive behind King Charles III and Queen Camilla to attend the Christmas day service at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham in Norfolk, England, Monday, Dec. 25, 2023.(AP Photo/Kin Cheung)

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The King has said he is continuing to serve the nation with "my whole heart" in a personal Easter message in the wake of his and the Princess of Wales's cancer diagnoses.

The pre-recorded audio was broadcast in his absence at a Royal Maundy service at Worcester Cathedral on Thursday ahead of the Easter weekend.

The King, who announced in February he was undergoing cancer treatment, talked of his "special prayer" this Easter and expressed his "great sadness" of being unable to attend.

The monarch - who has stepped back from large-scale public duties while receiving outpatient treatment - was pictured sitting at his desk in Buckingham Palace's 18th Century Room as he recorded his message.

The Queen says the Princess of Wales "will be thrilled" after receiving posters from well-wishers on a walkabout in Shrewsbury.

The royal made the comments on a visit to a farmers' market as she met two young girls who made signs for  Kate  following her cancer announcement.

After being handed the signs, the  Queen  was heard saying: "I shall send this off to Catherine. She will be thrilled."

To the second young girl, she says: "And your one? There we are. I know she'll be very thrilled. [I'll] make sure she knows it comes from you. Thank you very, very much".

The King will attend the Easter Mattins Service at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, on Easter Sunday, Buckingham Palace has announced.

The Queen and other members of the Royal Family will also attend.

In February, he was pictured attending church in Sandringham but it had not been confirmed until now that he would attend the Easter service in Windsor.

The Duchess of York has said she is "full of admiration" for the Princess of Wales after the future queen announced she is being treated for cancer, adding: "I hope she will now be given the time, space and privacy to heal."

Sarah Ferguson, who was married to Prince Andrew and had daughters Beatrice and Eugenie with him, has made the remarks after Kate revealed her diagnosis in a video message to the nation on Friday.

The Macmillan Cancer Support charity has since revealed traffic to its online information and support pages were the highest seen on a weekend since the first COVID-19 lockdown.

The Duchess of York, who revealed in January she had been diagnosed with skin cancer, has posted on social media: "All my thoughts and prayers are with the Princess of Wales as she starts her treatment.

"I know she will be surrounded by the love of her family and everyone is praying for the best outcome.

"As someone who has faced their own battles with cancer in recent months, I am full of admiration for the way she has spoken publicly about her diagnosis and know it will do a tremendous amount of good to raise awareness."

Kate revealed in her video statement on Friday that she is undergoing preventative chemotherapy.

You can read more on this story here ... 

We will be back with more updates tomorrow. In the meantime, you can scroll back to read today's coverage. 

By Rhiannon Mills, royal correspondent

As a family they've been used to having to step into the spotlight. This is a moment when all the Princess of Wales wants to do is protect her children from it. 

As the world processes the news of her cancer diagnosis, her message about the importance of family couldn't have been stronger. And is why we're all being asked to stop speculating about where they now are and leave them alone.

It can't have been easy for her to record it but the more you watch her message and other parts stand out, showing a different, more self assured side of Kate - who usually loathes public speaking. 

Talking directly to others with cancer, she says: "Everyone facing this disease, in whatever form, please do not lose faith or hope. You are not alone."

There is a strength and poignancy to that final phrase that draws comparison with Queen Elizabeth II's rallying words to the nation during COVID, where she said "We'll meet again".

From this future Queen there is no sense of resentment after what must have been a gruelling few weeks. Since her announcement, the social media speculation of #kategate has been replaced by an outpouring of love and sympathy.

With messages from around the globe from some of the world's most famous and influential individuals, this is an acknowledgement of her incredible international status and how highly respected she is.

Throughout her surgery, diagnosis and further treatment, Prince William has been by Kate's side. And his wife is clearly in his thoughts as he's tried to keep going with his public engagements, regularly talking about her whether it was at a homelessness event in Sheffield or decorating biscuits at a youth club in London. 

Going solo is something he's going to have to get used to for some time to come, with no clear idea of when we'll see the princess back on royal duties. 

Tessy Ojo was with William for the Diana Award event less than a couple of weeks ago. The charity's chief executive, she's known him for the past 24 years and says his resilience is remarkable. 

"I suppose we, with the benefit of hindsight, now knowing what was going on, it's huge, you know. It gives you a sense of how much they continue to honour service, what it means to them," she says. 

"How he shows up, how they show up, despite all of the stuff that's happening.

She added: "I cannot emphasise enough how much we need to take a step back and allow this family to recover in peace."

He may be heir to the throne but like any partner trying to help their loved one through something like this, he will no doubt feel slightly helpless. A lot of what lies ahead is in the hands of the doctors, but from what I understand he does feel what he can do is really double down on his deep desire to protect his family's privacy.

It is Kate's response and her decision to tell us herself that has been particularly striking. She is a devoted mother, wanting to do the best for her family, and her inner strength is really coming to the fore.

The King is hoping to make an appearance at the traditional Easter Matins service next weekend, according to The Telegraph. 

A Buckingham Palace source told the paper he would attend the annual service at St George's Chapel in Windsor if his health allows. 

The monarch stepped back from public duties following his cancer diagnosis. 

It's thought he was given medical advice to avoid the risks associated with large crowds. 

"The King and Queen are hoping to attend some form of Easter service in Windsor," a palace source reportedly said. 

"However, it will not be the large family gathering that we might expect to see in different circumstances."

By Jason Farrell, home editor

At Windsor this morning crowds lined the streets to watch the Irish Guards pipe and drum their way into the castle grounds to change duties with the Welsh guards. It was business as usual. The palace says constitutionally the same is true for the senior royals, even if there is a temporary changing of the guard.

The King is still holding audiences with dignitaries, but he has stepped back from public facing engagements and there is a sense of frailty in the royal household.

Former press secretary to the late Queen, Ailsa Anderson, says: "This is not a crisis, it's a bump in the road."

But she added: "It's very, very difficult obviously, and unsettling, because this is an institution based on stability and continuity, and you have two key players who are going to be out of action for some time."

The late Queen had to step up her duties when her father got cancer in the late 1940s. The disease accelerated her accession to the throne when he died aged just 56.

Queen Elizabeth II famously said: "I need to be seen to be believed."

How true that was of the Princess of Wales - whose disappearance from the public eye sparked a frenzy of conspiracy theories. Although she's addressed those with her sobering reality, she won't be back in the public gaze until medics say she's fit to go.

For now, she can expect public curiosity has been replaced with sympathy but clearly there is a lot on Prince William's shoulders.

He will want to spend as much time as possible with Kate and his three children, and will be with them at least for the Easter break. But with his brother abroad and to some degree estranged, and his uncle Prince Andrew relieved of duties, there's a dwindling pool of royal big-hitters available to hold the fort.

Constitutional expert Craig Prescott said: "There has been a sliming down. There has been more emphasis on a small number of royals. So when two are out of action that is perhaps a bigger issue."

Queen Camilla has become a key player. She delivered a speech written by the King on his behalf, on the Isle of Man this week, and next week she'll play his role at the Maunday Easter service in Worcester; a key royal fixture.

The remaining support team, Princess Anne and the Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh, are likely to have more focus on them too. Even Prince Andrew was leading the family at a recent memorial service in Windsor when William needed to be with Catherine.

This isn't quite a crisis, but it is a test of resilience for the royals. They hope this is only a temporary situation, but what we've learned in recent weeks is that while they crave privacy in illness, the public craves information. Finding that balance is just one of many challenges ahead.

News of the Princess of Wales's cancer treatment came after weeks of speculation about her whereabouts. In her video message yesterday, she explained she had been taking the time to explain her diagnosis to her children.

If you're going through something similar, Macmillan Cancer Support offers this advice on how to talk to children about it... 

The charity says while it can feel like telling your children will "bring home the reality of the situation", not explaining what is happening to them "may make them feel more vulnerable". 

"Children often know when something serious is affecting the family and people they are close to. It is important to give them the chance to talk openly about their fears and worries," it said. 

The benefits of letting them know can also include showing you trust them, helping you all to feel closer, and helping them cope better with difficult situations in life. 

Macmillan says you will likely need time to cope with your own feelings first, so it can be helpful to speak to a nurse specialist, psychologist or counsellor.

When you are going to have the talk, it says to be as prepared as you can and make sure you have all the information you need. 

"You may want to think about the questions a child might ask and the words you will use to explain things," it says.

Macmillan also encourages to think about where you will have the conversation - it should be somewhere your children are able to express their feelings. 

"If you have more than one child, it is best to tell them together if you can," it says. 

"This prevents them feeling like their siblings know more than them. If you are telling them separately, do it as close together as possible. Some children may wonder why they were told last."

It also advises to avoid only telling the older children as this can place a burden on them. 

As a parent, you will likely know best how to approach and talk to your child, but it can be helpful to think about these things:

  • See the first conversation as a starting point – it is the beginning of an ongoing process of gradually giving your children small, relevant pieces of information and reassurance.
  • Allow the conversation to be directed by your children’s reactions and the questions they ask.
  • Listen and keep it as open as you can.
  • Try asking questions that encourage them to express what they are thinking, rather than a one word or two-word reply.

Macmillan says it is better to be honest and not to make things sound less serious than they are. 

It is also fine to say if you don't know the answer to all of their questions. 

Our correspondent Rachael Venables is in Windsor, which she describes as being a "beacon for royal watchers".

Although it's expected Windsor would have had a high level of support for the Princess of Wales, she says it has been "staggering" to see the amount of empathy for Kate. 

Venables says she's heard well-wishes for the princess from "every single person I have spoken to", some of whom had gathered for the Changing of the Guard but others who came holding bunches of flowers for Kate. 

Many say it has been a "real shame" how she was treated online. 

Fellow mothers have commented on how they can understand the difficulty of explaining her cancer diagnosis to her children, Venables says.

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All the Major Characters on House, from Seasons 1-8

Dr. House may have been a genius, but he didn't do any of it on his own.

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The medical mystery House (streaming now on Peacock ) was pitched by creator David Shore as a medical whodunit, loosely based on Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes character. It follows the titular Dr. Gregory House and his team of diagnosticians at Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital. They work in the Department of Diagnostic Medicine, where unsolved medical mysteries go to get solved.

The similarities to Holmes aren’t always immediately clear, despite House living at number 221 for a stretch, but they do see the world in a similar way. Holmes is famous for saying, by way of his author, “once you eliminate the impossible whatever remains no matter how improbable, must be the truth.” And that’s a pretty good way of describing House’s diagnostic strategy of eliminating possible diagnoses until only one, no matter how strange, remains.

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If House is the Holmes of this eight-season medical drama, then you might be wondering who fills the role of Watson. It’s a good question and the answer isn’t totally clear, but it’s a good bet it’s someone (or many people) on this list.

Who's Who in the Cast of House

Dr. gregory house.

House wears a grey jacket on House Episode 514

His name is on the title card and it's his POV which dominates the course of the show. House, played by Hugh Laurie , runs the Department of Diagnostic Medicine at Princeton Plainsboro Teaching Hospital. He’s a bit of a jerk (maybe more than a bit), a narcissist, and just generally unpleasant to be around. But he’s also brilliant, and that buys him more leeway than he deserves.

House is known for unconventional, even illegal or immoral, treatments which recover patients from the brink of death more often than not. He’s an archetype for the tortured genius with an emphasis on tortured. Years before the show begins, House suffers a leg injury which kills the muscle in his thigh and leaves him with chronic pain. Consequently, he struggles throughout the show with an addiction to Vicodin and a sometimes-life-threatening desire to fix himself.

Dr. James Wilson

Dr. James Wilson looks concerned on House Episode 610.

While some might argue that the combined efforts of the diagnostic team serve as House’s Watson, the leading contender might be his colleague and best friend, Dr. James Wilson (Robert Sean Leonard). In fact, throughout the series, Wilson is House’s only consistent friend, despite Wilson having more reason than anyone to abandon him.

When the show begins, Wilson is the head of the oncology department, but he and House met in jail. Wilson had been going through a painful divorce, lost his cool in a bar, and broke a mirror. House bailed him out and the two of them have been inseparable ever since, for better or worse. Wilson is endlessly loyal to House, to the detriment of his other personal relationships. He’s often the only voice of reason House will listen to, and he tempers some of House’s worst demons.

Dr. Lisa Cuddy

Dr. Lisa Cuddy wears a red blazer on House Episode 310

Dr. Lisa Cuddy (Lisa Edelstein) is the Dean of Medicine and Hospital Administrator at Princeton-Plainsboro. As the ultimate authority figure in the hospital, she is one of House’s biggest rivals, but she’s also the only reason he has a department at all. Cuddy understands House in a way other authority figures (investors, the board, the police) don’t, and she helps to shield him from the consequences of his unorthodox actions.

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Throughout the series, Cuddy struggles to maintain balance between giving House room to operate and staying on the right side of ethics and the law. On multiple occasions, she puts her job on the line to protect patients, even if that usually just means protecting House. In later seasons, Cuddy makes efforts to build a family life outside of the hospital, resulting in a temporary and tumultuous relationship with House. It is perhaps the only period during which House allows himself an attempt at happiness.

Dr. Eric Foreman

Dr. Eric Forman on House Episode 413

Neurological specialist, Dr. Eric Foreman (Omar Epps), was introduced in the pilot episode as one of the original three members of House’s diagnostic team. He was hired, at least in part, because of his own misspent youth breaking into houses and stealing cars. House suggests that Foreman’s criminal past is an asset, helping him get into the minds of ill-behaved patients. It’s also something House can hang over his head.

Foreman struggles throughout the series with a growing concern that he is becoming more like House, losing his humanity piece by piece. The truth is, he is like House and there’s a big part of him that likes that. Despite career troubles throughout the series which have him bouncing in and out of House’s orbit, Foreman eventually finds his place as the Dean of Medicine.

Dr. Allison Cameron

Allison Cameron on House Episode 116

An immunology specialist and one of the original trio, Dr. Allison Cameron (Jennifer Morrison) was the heart and soul of the diagnostic department. Throughout her tenure in House’s employ, Cameron was often the only one who considered the feelings or desires of the patients. She was also often the only one willing to stand up to House when he stepped too far outside the path of morality.

She carries some baggage from a previous marriage which ended in death, and that baggage prevents her from having lasting relationships with anyone else. Despite that, she and Dr. Chase (more on him in a minute) had a long-term relationship and even got married. It worked out for a while, until Cameron left Princeton-Plainsboro and Chase after finding out just how flexible his moral compass is.

Dr. Robert Chase

Dr. Robert Chase on crutches on House Episode 812

Rounding out House’s original team is Dr. Robert Chase (Jesse Spencer), the heartthrob from Australia. In the beginning, Chase agrees with House nearly by default, displaying an almost giddy enthusiasm for House’s more questionable practices. Despite all that, Chase is fired at the end of Season 3, but stays on as a surgeon at the hospital, allowing him to make the occasional appearance.

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Chase later returns to the team in Season 6, and this time he and House butt heads a little more often. That might be because the two of them are more similar than they want to admit. In the episode “ The Tyrant ,” the team treats a dictator named Dibala (James Earl Jones) who is planning a genocide in his home country. Faced with the looming deaths of millions, Chase intentionally falsified a test, resulting in the patient’s death.

Dr. Remy Hadley

Dr. Remy "Thirteen" Hadley stands with her arms crossed on House Episode 406

At the beginning of Season 4, all three of the original team have been fired or left of their own accord. Leaving House to his own devices isn’t an option so he auditions a new team and eventually lands himself with a collection of doctors including Dr. Remy Hadley (Olivia Wilde).

She is affectionately(?) known as Thirteen throughout the series. That was her number during the auditions and House never bothered to stop reducing her to digits. Hadley is secretive about her personal life and her past, in part because of her medical history. Her mother died of Huntington’s and her own diagnosis plays an outsized role in her actions and character development.

During and after her tenure on the team, Thirteen struggles with drug abuse and other dangerous behaviors as she deals with the reality of a slow death. She and House maintain a tenuous relationship, even after she leaves the hospital, probably because they are both broken by the things the world has taken from them.

Dr. Chris Taub

Dr. Chris Taub on House Episode 621

Another of the new crew, Dr. Chris Taub (Peter Jacobsen) is a former plastic surgeon turned diagnostician. He is chosen in part for his willingness to stand up to House, a quality Dr. Cuddy favors. Taub enjoyed early success in his career which was stifled by missteps in his personal life. He has a history of cheating on his wife, which cost him his plastic surgery practice and nearly his marriage.

Taub’s dalliances are a consistent boulder in his own path and his dalliances eventually do lead to divorce, though he and his wife maintain an unconventional kinship. When Taub accidentally gets a nurse at the hospital pregnant, he decides to have a go at being a good partner and parent, but not before his old life and old relationships catch up with him.

Dr. Lawrence Kutner

Kutner smiles in his dr coat on House Episode 501

Kal Penn made his first appearance as Dr. Lawrence Kutner in the Season 4 episode “ The Right Stuff ,” when House was looking for a new team. He gets off to a rocky start; after ratting on another applicant, House fires him, but he isn’t deterred. Instead of leaving, he flips his number 6 into a 9, sticks around, and just keeps working. When he comes up with a good idea, House decides to let him stay, for now.

Of the new crew, Kutner is probably the doctor who most aligns with House’s philosophy of breaking rules and apologizing never. He seems to enjoy working for House more than the rest, but he’s harboring a secret pain. In the episode “Simple Explanation,” Kutner is found dead of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. In reality, the character was written off because Penn accepted a real-life role as a liaison at the White House.

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For seniors, medical care can be a slog, but there are ways to rein it in

Older patients often churn through appointment after appointment. doctors or social workers may be able to design an easier care plan..

Susanne Gilliam, 67, was walking down her driveway to get the mail in January when she slipped and fell on a patch of black ice. Pain shot through her left knee and ankle. After summoning her husband on her phone, she made it back to the house with difficulty.

And then began a runaround so many people face when they interact with America’s uncoordinated health-care system.

Gilliam’s orthopedic surgeon, who managed previous difficulties with her left knee, saw her that afternoon but told her: “I don’t do ankles.” He referred her to an ankle specialist who ordered a new set of X-rays and an MRI. For convenience’s sake, Gilliam asked to get the scans at a hospital near her home in Sudbury, Mass. But the hospital didn’t have the doctor’s order when she called for an appointment. It came through only after several more calls. Meanwhile, scheduling physical therapist visits for her knee and ankle several times a week took hours of her time.

“The burden of arranging everything I need — it’s huge,” Gilliam told me. “It leaves you with such a sense of mental and physical exhaustion.”

The toll the U.S. health-care system exacts is, in some respects, the price of extraordinary progress in medicine. But it’s also evidence of the poor fit between older adults’ capacities and the health-care system’s demands.

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“The good news is, we know so much more and can do so much more for people with various conditions,” said Thomas H. Lee, chief medical officer at Press Ganey, a consulting firm that tracks patients’ experiences with care. “The bad news is the system has gotten overwhelmingly complex.”

That complexity is compounded by the proliferation of guidelines for separate medical conditions, financial incentives that reward more medical care and specialization among clinicians, said Ishani Ganguli, an associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School.

“It’s not uncommon for older patients to have three or more heart specialists who schedule regular appointments and tests,” she said. If someone has multiple medical problems — say, heart disease, diabetes and glaucoma — their health-care interactions multiply.

Ganguli is the author of a new study showing that Medicare patients spend about three weeks a year having medical tests, visiting doctors, undergoing treatments or medical procedures, seeking care in emergency rooms, or spending time in the hospital or rehabilitation facilities. (The data is from 2019, before the covid-19 pandemic disrupted care patterns. If any services were received, that counted as a day of health-care contact.)

That study found that slightly more than 1 in 10 people 65 and over, including those recovering from or managing serious illnesses, spent a much larger portion of their lives getting care — at least 50 days a year.

“Some of this may be very beneficial and valuable for people, and some of it may be less essential,” Ganguli said. “We don’t talk enough about what we’re asking older adults to do and whether that’s realistic.”

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Victor Montori, a professor of medicine at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., has sounded an alarm for years about the “treatment burden” that patients experience.

In addition to time spent receiving health care, this burden includes arranging appointments, finding transportation to medical visits, getting and taking medications, communicating with insurance companies, paying medical bills and following recommendations such as dietary changes.

Four years ago — in a paper titled “ Is My Patient Overwhelmed? ” — Montori and several colleagues found that 40 percent of patients with chronic conditions such as asthma, diabetes and neurologic disorders “considered their treatment burden unsustainable.”

When this happens, people stop following medical advice and report poorer quality of life, the researchers found. Especially vulnerable are older adults with multiple medical conditions and low levels of education who are economically insecure and socially isolated.

Older patients’ difficulties are compounded by medical practices’ increased use of digital phone systems and electronic patient portals — both are hard for many seniors to navigate — and the time pressures on physicians. “It’s harder and harder for patients to gain access to clinicians who can problem-solve with them and answer questions,” Montori said.

Meanwhile, clinicians rarely ask patients about their capacity to perform the work they’re being asked to do. “We often have little sense of the complexity of our patients’ lives, and even less insight into how the treatments we provide (to reach goal-directed guidelines) fit within the web of our patients’ daily experiences,” several physicians wrote in a 2022 paper on reducing treatment burden.

Consider what Jean Hartnett, 53, of Omaha and her eight siblings went through after their 88-year-old mother — who also cared for their ailing father — had a stroke in February 2021.

In the year after the stroke, both of Hartnett’s parents — fiercely independent Nebraska farmers — suffered setbacks, and medical crises became common. When a physician changed her mom’s or dad’s care plan, new medications, supplies and medical equipment had to be procured, and new rounds of occupational, physical and speech therapy arranged.

Neither parent could be left alone when the other needed medical attention.

“It wasn’t unusual for me to be bringing one parent home from the hospital or doctor’s visit and passing the ambulance or a family member on the highway taking the other one in,” Hartnett explained.

Hartnett moved in with her parents during the last six weeks of her father’s life, after doctors decided he was too weak to undertake dialysis. He passed away in March 2022. Her mother died months later in July.

What to ask your doctors

So, what can older adults and family caregivers do to ease health-care burdens?

To start, be candid with your doctor if you think a treatment plan isn’t feasible and explain why you feel that way, said Elizabeth Rogers, an assistant professor of internal medicine at the University of Minnesota Medical School. Ask which interventions are most important in terms of keeping you healthy, and which might be expendable.

Doctors can adjust your treatment plan, discontinue medications that aren’t yielding significant benefits, and arrange virtual visits if you can manage the technological requirements. (Many older adults can’t.)

Ask whether a social worker or a patient navigator can help you arrange multiple appointments and tests on the same day to minimize the burden of going to and from medical centers. These professionals may also be able to connect you with transportation and other services. (Most medical centers have staff of this kind, but physician practices do not.)

If you don’t understand how to do what your doctor wants you to do, ask them: What will this involve on my part? How much time will this take? What kind of resources will I need to do this? And ask for written materials, such as self-management plans for asthma or diabetes.

“I would ask a clinician, ‘If I chose this treatment option, what does that mean not only for my cancer or heart disease but also for the time I’ll spend getting care?’” said Ganguli of Harvard. “If they don’t have an answer, ask if they can come up with an estimate.”

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