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Family medicine, general
Health care is fragmented enough, so why would we want to fragment it even more?
This one skill separates the good from the great.
Our collective advocacy can instill hope and prevent burnout.
With tremendous change taking place in health care, the mood among family physicians is anxious, but there are reasons to be hopeful.
Since 1970, when the author sat for the first family medicine certification exam, a lot has changed - but not everything.
"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
The environment is tougher than ever. Proactive revenue management and direct pay models provide opportunities for small practices
Admit it, you're guilty of at least one of these.
It's time to focus on what you do best.
Even patients with specialized conditions such as sickle cell disease need primary care physicians.