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The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Web site offers useful forms, resources and answers to questions that physicians may have, but they're not always easy to find. This article helps the reader locate the information he or she most needs.
This article describes how physicians can find reliable medical information on the Internet and includes five examples of evidence-based Internet resources.
Physicians rarely submit CME online, in spite of the large number of organizations now offering it. The author provides instructions for using online CME and offers resources for finding it on the Web.
The author explains how to maximize the usefulness of the Internet by learning how to use the full capabilities of your Web browser.
The article points physicians to the best web sites available for patient education, credentialing resources, CME and more.
Solicits web site reviewers for a Family Practice Web
This is the third article in the eHealth series, and it will cover the advantages of using Web-based personal health records.
This is the second in the eHealth series, and it will cover the advantages of using Web-based practice management software vs. client-server software.
Role of meta directories as clearinghouses for Internet links to the best and most comprehensive directories and the growing participation of patients in using and organizing health information on the Internet.
Review of Alzheimer's web sites, which offer comprehensive information and breaking news for physicians and family members