Breaking the Visit – collecting health data before and after in person clinical visits

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Dr. Daniel Pepe, OntarioMD Physician Peer Leader The Covid-19 pandemic has challenged us in so many ways.  One major change we have seen within our own office is that seeing patients routinely for hypertension or diabetes has become less frequent than in the…

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The Culture of Curiosity in Family Medicine

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by Dr. Michelle Greiver I would like to thank OntarioMD and the OMA Section of General and Family Practice for allowing me to provide some periodic reflections during this Annus Horribilis. I am a community-based family physician and have been doing Practical Research…

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When Virtual Reality Becomes Reality

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Written by Ashok Bhattacharya M.D., FRCP(C) March 23 2020, 1:00pm I was sitting across from my patient watching the words escape from her mouth as she inspired to make them. Then she exhaled…no mask, no gloves, no gowns. I was more than 6…

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Virtual Care: Preparing your staff and notifying your patients

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Contributors include OntarioMD Practice Advisor Tania Hunt with recommendations from OntarioMD Physician Peer Leaders from our Virtual Care Webinar Series With the onset of the COVID-19 , clinicians have quickly adapted to physical distancing with their patients and using virtual care to avoid…

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