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Clinical process improvement

July/August 2011 Issue
Medicare Annual Wellness Visits Made Easier [Feature]

The author explains how to efficiently provide Medicare well visits (the new Annual Wellness Visit as well as the Welcome to Medicare Physical) and code and bill for the services to maximize benefit to the patient and efficiency for the practice.


May/June 2011 Issue
An Organized Approach to Chronic Disease Care [Feature]

The authors describe their group's team-based approach to chronic disease management, with a focus on diabetes care.


May/June 2011 Issue
Keys to High-Functioning Office Teams [Feature]

The article offers practical advice on improving practice revenue, implementing advanced access and improving both care and the patient's experience of care by building a high-functioning care team.


January/February 2011 Issue
Integrating a Behavioral Health Specialist Into Your Practice [Feature]

The authors make the case for incorporating behavioral health counseling services into the medical home.


September/October 2010 Issue
Translating Learning Into Pracitce [From The Editor]

With the “Translation to Practice” pilot, the extra-credit assignment comes to CME.


July/Aug 2010 Issue
Strategies for Reducing Costs in Your Medical Community: The Grand Junction Experience [Feature]

The authors list a number of techniques they have used to contain costs in Grand Junction, recently in the news for its extraordinary ability to deliver high-quality, low-cost medicine.


July/Aug 2010 Issue
Does Your Practice Deserve an Award? [From The Editor]

If you've recently made real improvements in how your practice works, you might just win one.


March/April 2010 Issue
An Open Letter to All the Health Plans That Keep Sending Me Letters [The Last Word]

How helpful are all those letters you receive from health plans? Not very, says this family physician.


January/February 2010 Issue
Tools and Strategies for Improving Asthma Management [Feature]

The article describes the quality-improvement tools and strategies the authors used to increase adherence to evidence-based guidelines and improve asthma care in their family medicine clinic.


Sep-Oct 2009 Issue
Immediate Action Protocol: A Tool to Help Your Practice Assess Suicidal Patients [Feature]

The authors provide a quick-reference guide that includes questions to ask a depressed patient to identify suicidal ideation and space for local resource phone numbers.


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