ITEMS IN FPM ON TOPIC:
Family Practice Management (journal)
Introduces Pfifferling article on burnout and mentions Balancing Act
Argues that group practices are "magic" only if they involve the right people, with the right knowledge, attitudes and abilities, and that the same is true of other models. Introduces the cover section, sort of.
Introduces Gillette article in this issue; invites readers to respond.
Aruges that the mud slung at the managed care industry recently has sullied the perfectly good, and necessary, term "managed care." Promises a number of articles on quality improvement and evidence-based medicine in FPM.
Highlights the number of small, easily digested bits of information in this issue.
Introduces the redesign of FPM.
Dr. Rivo's introduction of the FPM curriculum as evidence of FPM's relevance to all FPs.
Alerts readers to the changes we're planning to make in FPM starting with the Jan 1999 issue.
Since Family Practice Management exists to make life easier for you in a number of ways, we're eager to know what's currently giving you a hard time.