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Family Practice Management (journal)
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You don't need a phone booth for a changing room.
Got a good idea? Don't hide it under a bushel.
The article describes the results of a survey of physicians' experiences with major health care payers.
If you're not feeling their pain, is it just because you're anesthetized?
Family physicians have accumulated a wealth of EHR wisdom. The trick is to get it to those who need it.
The 2007 version of the EHR user-satisfaction survey form.
A thorough manuscript review can be educational for the reviewer. Why not get the credit you're due?
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