By Michael Splaine, Principal, Splaine Consulting The scenarios are endless, so let’s narrow this down to an office visit. Perhaps you have implemented the annual wellness visit and a patient scores poorly on the simple cognitive test. Or a concerned daughter-in-law tips you off that mom isn’t as sharp as she was. Or the patient… Continue reading Thinking About Thinking™: How to help a patient with a thinking problem using KAER
Alzheimer’s Disease Public Policy Online Course: Winter 2019 Registration is now open for our online course through the University of Massachusetts-Boston. Dates: Tuesdays, 1pm – 3pm Eastern (Jan 29 – Mar 5) Fee: $250 per participant (enrollment in UMASS not necessary) University of Massachusetts Boston Professional training certificate that awards 1 CEU (Continuing Education Unit) About the… Continue reading Take a Class with Splaine Consulting
By Michael Splaine, Principal, Splaine Consulting Thought and policy leaders in health are trying to move us from a mindset that health is the cure of disease, or “sick care,” to an embrace of wellness, a mindset that leads to adoption of prevention and proactive strategies as individuals and health systems. Believing that a wellness… Continue reading Thinking About Thinking™: Medicare Annual Wellness Visit Supports Brain Health
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“Good advocates need to be convicted—convinced—of the moral purpose of their cause.” – Mike Splaine, pictured here with social work students from Christ College This weekend marked a tremendous advocacy win for India. During the 22nd National Conference of ARDSI in Bangalore, Dementia 2018: Research, Implement, Improve, the country’s health minister attended the meeting and committed to… Continue reading India’s Health Minister Commits to Completing Dementia Action Plan