Glens books

Living Thoughtfully, Dying Well: A Doctor Explains How to Make Death a Natural Part of Life

by Glen E. Miller, Herald Press, March 4, 2014

Most persons, especially as they age, wonder, How will I die? Will I have a good death? Will I suffer? How will my family respond? How can we manage the dying process better?

Author Dr. Glen Miller, a retired physician, had his own wake-up call when he suffered a heart attack and determined to help himself and his patients go gently into that good night. Dr. Miller emphasizes that good preparation for the inevitable-by individuals and their families-will ease this transitional time of high stress and high emotion.

This book will be the standard vehicle for informing others about end-of-life measures. Dr. Joseph Martin, professor of neurobiology and emeritus dean, Harvard Medical School.

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Empowering the Patient: How to reduce the cost of healthcare and improve its quality. Paperback by Glen E. Miller, Dog Ear Publications, October, 2009

Dr. Miller presents true-to-life dilemmas that patients face when entering the healthcare system. This book prepares the reader to join into a collaborative relationship with their doctor that can decrease the cost of healthcare and improve its quality.

The book is an inspiring contribution to the healthcare discussion. Evan Bontrager, Vice President, Mennonite Mutual Aid

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