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Stress and change
The article discusses the "medical home" concept and introduces readers to initiatives designed to help family physicians implement medical home features and assess the value of the medical home concept in terms of health care financing.
To save the specialty, we need to recognize what makes a good family physician.
Here are six reasons to answer in the affirmative and to believe that the status quo is ripe for revolution.
This will be the first in a series of articles tracking the TransforMed project, sharing any learnings, both good and bad, about family practice that it has uncovered.
These six steps can help physicians deal with the stress of their profession before it leads to burnout.
After facing a serious illness, one physician found new meaning in this common question.
The author discusses developing and implementing a conflict resolution policy for a family practice.
The author describes what to do when your normal outlets for stress release are no longer working effectively for you.
The author urges physicians to recognize that change is a normal part of life, and he offers eight recommendations for making changes less stressful and easier to accept.