Monthly Archives: August 2015

Changing Marketplace, Changing Terms of Engagement

At the point of completing his first year in place as president of Northwestern Health Sciences University, Dr. Christopher Cassirer offers a kind of report of findings and environmental assessment on the profession in July/August issue of the Minnesota Chiropractic Association’s … Continue reading

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Identity, Authority, Scope, & Role: What Do Consumers Want?

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Health Care Consumers & “Patient Engagement 2.0”

‘Patient engagement’ has been used as a general term to describe what patients do for their own health. What’s required for engagement? Motivation, either imposed on us (precipitating events like heart attacks can get people’s attention and motivate them to refine lifestyle habits–but … Continue reading

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