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July/August 2021 Issue
Practical Ways to Manage Your EHR Inbox [Feature]

These 10 tips can help reduce your workload during and after clinic, so you can focus on what matters most.


July/August 2021 Issue
FMLA Does Not Need to Be a Four-Letter Word [Feature]

These tips can help you complete FMLA paperwork quickly and accurately.


July/August 2021 Issue
Addressing Administrative Simplification [From the Editor]

Physicians are spending too much time on paperwork and EHR-related tasks, but what can be done?


March/April 2020 Issue
Panel Size Is Just a Number: A Rubric for Opening and Closing Panels [Feature]

Deciding whether primary care doctors have the capacity to take on more patients requires accounting for things like productivity, as well as panel size.


November/December 2019 Issue
The Right-Sized Patient Panel: A Practical Way to Make Adjustments for Acuity and Complexity [Feature]

Do you have the right number of patients on your panel? Here’s a process and a spreadsheet for calculating and adjusting your panel based on actual patient behavior.


November/December 2019 Issue
Practical Ways to Address Physician Burnout and Improve Joy in Practice [Feature]

It starts with one simple principle: “Get rid of stupid stuff” in your practice. Here’s how.


September/October 2019 Issue
Beyond Burnout: Addressing System-Induced Distress [Opinion]

To describe the current phenomenon, we need a better term that puts the blame where it belongs and reminds us that the problem is responsive to multiple treatment strategies.


May/June 2019 Issue
Seven Habits for Reducing Work After Clinic [Feature]

Imagine shutting your office door at the end of the day and not having any work that you need to take home. These shifts in practice can help you reclaim your time.


May/June 2018 Issue
Screening for Social Determinants of Health: An Opportunity or Unreasonable Burden? [From the Editor]

Socioeconomic and environmental factors are the largest contributors to patient health, so is it our duty to address them?


January/February 2017 Issue
The State of Family Medicine: 2017 [Feature]

With tremendous change taking place in health care, the mood among family physicians is anxious, but there are reasons to be hopeful.


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