Independent practice

Oct 2002 Issue
Ten Reasons to Be a Self-Employed Family Physician and Ten Ways to Do It [Feature]

Independent practice could revive your career, but do you have what it takes to succeed?

May 2002 Issue
Answers to Your Questions on Solo, Idealized Practice [Feature]

How does a solo doc with no support staff manage his referrals, order his supplies and give immunizations? Gordon Moore, MD, answers those questions and more.

Mar 2002 Issue
Going Solo: One Doc, One Room, One Year Later [Feature]

This unorthodox practice, built on four “ideal” principles, is steadily proving itself a success.

Mar 2002 Issue
Reducing Practice to Its Essentials [Editor's Page]

Compares Gordon Moore's completely solo practice to Thoreau's house at Walden Pond

Feb 2002 Issue
Going Solo: Making the Leap [Feature]

Why one family physician left the security of salaried practice to pursue ideal patient care completely on his own.

Mar 2000 Issue
A Model for Successful Rural Practice [Feature]

This community-supported practice meets the needs of both the community and the physicians serving it.

Oct 1998 Issue
Does Your IPA Act Like an HMO? [FP Stat]

Physician-led independent practice associations (IPAs) are supposed to be more physician-friendly than managed care organizations, but that may not be the case for IPAs in highly competitive markets.

Feb 1998 Issue
Solo Practice: The Way of the Future [Feature]

Is there still a place for the rugged individualist in medicine? Here's one family physician who says, “Yes!”

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