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Family Practice Management (journal)
Need to improve your leadership skills, workflow, marketing, stress levels, or quality scores? Read on.
How have you made practice better for yourself, your staff, and your patients? Will you share what you've learned?
Changing your EHR could lead to greater practice satisfaction – or not. The results of this survey may surprise you.
Need help with quality, practice productivity, and population health? You've come to the right place.
What do you like most about FPM? What do you like least? Share your ideas for improvement with us.
Kenneth G. Adler, MD, MMM joins FPM as we celebrate our 20th year of publication.
The FPM editorial team includes dozens of family physicians and other subject matter experts.
The editor will change, but the journal won't.
Left unchecked, leaks can sap your practice of time, efficiency, goodwill and cash.
The authors summarize the results of the 2011 survey of AAFP member satisfaction with EHR systems, providing detailed results for several of the most popular systems.