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This spring and summer mark significant milestones for SETMA and for Carolyn Holly and myself. May 8, 2015, Carolyn and I celebrate the 50th anniversary of our graduation from college. Aug. 1, 2015, SETMA celebrates the 20th anniversary of its founding. And Aug. 7, 2015, my wife and I celebrate our 50th wedding anniversary.

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As our medical home grew, SETMA started a patient-centered council from which we could get feedback about how we can improve our services. As our idea of this project grew, we realized that more than “feedback” on what we had decided to do, we wanted our patients and community to give us guidance on what we should do and/or what they wanted us to do.

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In a September 2012 article titled, “Atypical Antipsychotic Use in Patients With Dementia: Managing Safety Concerns,” the American Journal of Psychiatry stated: “In the elderly population, the largest number of prescriptions for atypical antipsychotics is written for the neuropsychiatric symptoms (NPS) of dementia, e.g., delusions, depression, agitation which affect up to 97 percent of people with dementia.

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The team leaves for home March 25 after a very successful meeting. The team incl

An announcement of and introduction to the seventh Medical Home Summit was published in this column Jan. 22.

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Several weeks ago, Dr. Syed Anwar, SETMA’s medical director, saw a 62-year-old lady with a history of hypertension, elevated cholesterol and rheumatoid arthritis. She had a strong family history of cerebrovascular disease. Dr. Anwar did a complete workup, which included the usual evidenced-based tests. The patient was very concerned about “having a stroke.” Because of her concern, Dr.

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