By Dr. Meghan M. Kiefer MD, Dr. Curtis R. Chong MD PhD MPhil
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Milligan, MD, MS Program Director, Partners Neurology Residency; Attending Physician, Department of Neurology, Brigham and Women’s Hospital; Assistant Professor of Neurology, Harvard Medical School (Seizure) Anthony Miuru, MD Internal Medicine Resident, Massachusetts General Hospital (Prostate Cancer) MGH ’15 30 James E. Mojica, MD, FAASM Director, The Sleep Center at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital; Attending Physician, Pulmonary, Sleep, and Critical Care Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital; Instructor in Medicine, Harvard Medical School (Obstructive Sleep Apnea) Anne Moulton, MD Attending Physician, Department of Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital; Instructor in Medicine, Harvard Medical School (Vaginitis) Amulya Nagarur, MD Internal Medicine Resident, Massachusetts General Hospital (Amenorrhea) MGH ’14 Kenta Nakamura, MD Cardiology Fellow, Massachusetts General Hospital (Cardiology Section CoEditor, Pre-flight Assessment, Aortic Disease, Lower Extremity Edema & Ulcers) MGH ’13 Sandra B.
At the same time that these advances have transformed our ability to diagnose and treat disease, this new world has also served to remind us of the critical importance of the doctor–patient relationship. The longitudinal relationship between a patient and their doctor is at the heart of what makes medicine work and of what brought so many of us to the eld. In many ways, the eld of primary care embodies our commitment to that relationship. Thus, perhaps it should not be surprising that, even as technology grows around us, there is a widespread and growing rea rmation of the importance of primary care to the eld of medicine, to our health care system, and, ultimately, to the health of our nation.
Zhang, MD Cardiology Fellow, Massachusetts General Hospital (Pre-operative Risk Assessment) MGH ’13 41 FOREWORD The last decades have witnessed tremendous advances in scienti c knowledge and medical technology. At the same time that these advances have transformed our ability to diagnose and treat disease, this new world has also served to remind us of the critical importance of the doctor–patient relationship. The longitudinal relationship between a patient and their doctor is at the heart of what makes medicine work and of what brought so many of us to the eld.