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Monday May 31, 2021

Considering DPC? These resources can help

Transitioning to direct primary care is a major change, but there are several places to get helpful information.


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Posted at 11:45PM May 31, 2021 by FPM Editors | Comments [0]

Monday Mar 29, 2021

Agenda setting: start visits this way, and they’re more likely to end on time

How do you keep patients from bringing up more concerns late in a visit and making it difficult for you to get to the next visit on schedule? Comprehensive agenda setting. Here’s how get started.


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Posted at 11:45PM Mar 29, 2021 by FPM Editors | Comments [0]

Monday Mar 15, 2021

Seven tips for starting your workday the right way

Starting "on time" may mean something different for each physician, depending on the practice.


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Posted at 11:45PM Mar 15, 2021 by FPM Editors | Comments [0]

Monday Feb 22, 2021

Coping with COVID stress

Feelings of grief, anger, fear, and guilt are real, but these tips can help you navigate them.


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Posted at 11:45PM Feb 22, 2021 by FPM Editors | Comments [0]

Monday Feb 22, 2021

Three factors that cause difficult patient encounters, and how to manage them

The causes of difficult patient encounters can be broken down into three categories: patient factors, physician factors, and situational factors.


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Posted at 11:45PM Feb 22, 2021 by FPM Editors | Comments [0]

Monday Feb 01, 2021

Physician employment trends: salaries, compensation models, benefits, and more

Hiring is down, starting salaries are flat, but the long-term job prospects remain promising for family physicians. Here’s what to expect.


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Posted at 11:45PM Feb 01, 2021 by FPM Editors | Comments [0]

Sunday Dec 06, 2020

Four things your team can do to help you save time and avoid burnout

While there are many problems in the health care system causing physicians to burn out, one possible solution is to lean on your care team as much as possible.


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Posted at 11:45PM Dec 06, 2020 by FPM Editors | Comments [0]

Wednesday Nov 25, 2020

How organizations cause burnout — and what can be done

A National Academy of Medicine report identified numerous factors that contribute to physician burnout, many of which were organizational in nature.


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Posted at 11:45PM Nov 25, 2020 by FPM Editors | Comments [0]

Saturday Oct 10, 2020

Lack of peer connection leads to a “soulless efficiency” in medicine

Lacking time for — or not valuing — peer connection has serious consequences for physicians.


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Posted at 08:45PM Oct 10, 2020 by FPM Editors | Comments [0]

Saturday Oct 03, 2020

Five ways to fight system-induced distress before it causes burnout

A multilevel approach to resisting a health care system that relies on overworking physicians to make up for its own inefficiencies.


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Posted at 11:45PM Oct 03, 2020 by FPM Editors | Comments [0]

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