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Tuesday May 14, 2019
Health Startups: Revolutionary or Threat to Primary Care?
Startups based on health care algorithms are rapidly spreading. In this Fresh Perspectives blog post, Natasha Bhuyan, M.D., describes a model that allows family physicians to offer the convenience these companies tout while preserving the doctor-patient relationship.
Monday May 06, 2019
Your Patient Is Crying. What Do You Do?
Tuesday Apr 30, 2019
It's Humbling to Be Reminded How Much There Is to Know
Monday Apr 22, 2019
How Many Chances Should We Give Patients? It Depends
Monday Apr 15, 2019
You Don't Need a Title to Lead
Friday Apr 05, 2019
Objection! Can We Bring Order to Documentation and Billing?
Have you ever seen a lawyer documenting everything said during court? Neither has Allison Edwards, M.D., who ponders in this Fresh Perspectives blog post whether doctors could learn something about how attorneys document -- and bill for -- their work.
Tuesday Apr 02, 2019
EAT-Lancet Recommendations Have Value, but Are They Feasible?
A new report on diet and agriculture aims to improve the health of the earth and its human inhabitants. Lalita Abhyankar, M.D., M.H.S., lauds the commission's effort but questions the feasibility of its recommendations.
Thursday Mar 14, 2019
Your State Legislature Is a Train Wreck? Don't Look Away
Tuesday Mar 12, 2019
How Do You Deal With the Trauma? VT and Me
Anita Ravi, M.D., M.P.H., M.S.H.P., suffered vicarious trauma while repeatedly caring for patients who had experienced violence. In this Fresh Perspectives blog post, she writes about identifying it and seeking support.
Tuesday Mar 05, 2019
Our Maternal Mortality Rate Is Shameful
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