ITEMS IN FPM ON TOPIC:
Family Practice Management (journal)
FPM's aim is to help you succeed now and in the long term.
We need your help to keep FPM practical, authoritative, readable and, above all, useful.
This article will describe the survey of physicians' satisfaction with payers that FPM and the AAFP are launching in October 2006.
Here’s your chance to say what you think about your payers – and make your words count.
The article consists of a brief introduction and a collection of special-purpose encounter forms from the FPM Toolbox. The forms are intended to facilitate and improve data gathering in various types of office visits.
Information about what's available online in the FPM Toolbox.
Your practice toolkit isn’t complete without these.
You know it's really good advice if you want to hear it again.
You can turn practice tips into money and fame (well, a little of each, anyway).
Oct 2005 Issue
Get the Most Out of FPM by Putting Our Tools to Work [From The Editor]
Teach a man to fish, and he’ll starve … until he can get his hands on a fish hook and line.