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Teamwork

May/June 2018 Issue
Developing Standing Orders to Help Your Team Work to the Highest Level [Feature]

Use this seven-step plan to create protocols that improve efficiency and reduce physician workloads.


March/April 2018 Issue
A Team-Based Care Model That Improves Job Satisfaction [Feature]

Expanding the role of medical assistants to better support providers can improve not only traditional outcomes but also job satisfaction.


January/February 2018 Issue
Rethinking Workflow: Team Rooming for Greater Efficiency [Feature]

This physician and medical assistant jump-start patient visits by teaming up and reversing some traditional roles in the exam room.


November/December 2017 Issue
Change Is Hard: What Really Happens When You Try to Implement a New Care Model [Feature]

Even with a laudable goal, such as reducing physicians’ administrative burdens, it can be difficult to implement change. These real-world lessons can help.


September/October 2016 Issue
Instant Messaging: A Simple Tool to Improve Teamwork and Wait Times [Feature]

On-screen alerts can help a spread-out staff work together to keep patient care moving smoothly.


May/June 2016 Issue
Maximizing Your Medical Assistant's Role [Employed Practice]

Delegation, technology, and training enabled our MAs - and doctors - to grow.


November/December 2014 Issue
Team-Based Care: Saving Time and Improving Efficiency [Feature]

Physicians can maximize their time - and their practice's income - by delegating more documentation tasks to well-trained staff.


November/December 2014 Issue
Teamwork: Is It Always More Efficient? [From the Editor]

If it isn't thoughtfully applied, the team model may have unintended consequences.


September/October 2014 Issue
Caring for Seniors: How Community-Based Organizations Can Help [Feature]

Partnering with local groups that work with seniors can help you meet the special needs of older patients.


July/August 2014 Issue
The Shifting Role of the Primary Care Physician [The Last Word]

"A physician is obligated to consider more than a diseased organ, more even than the whole man - he must view the man in his world." -- Dr. Harvey Cushing


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