FPM Department Collection
From the Editor
Commentary from FPM's medical editor.
We would like to thank the following peer reviewers for their valuable contributions to FPM during 2018.
Coding updates are just the tip of the iceberg as we begin 2019.
Understanding numeracy will make your risk conversations with patients more effective.
But there is always room for improvement.
Physician quality shouldn't be subjective. But the current measurement methods need more work.
Socioeconomic and environmental factors are the largest contributors to patient health, so is it our duty to address them?
What you don’t know about risk-adjustment factor scores could cost you.
We would like to thank the following peer reviewers for their valuable contributions to FPM during 2017.
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