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Wednesday Mar 03, 2021
Lose-Lose: Noncompete Agreements Hurt Doctors and Patients
Restrictive covenants, also known as noncompete agreements, represent a unique piece of contract architecture that exists in many business fields and may have merit in certain circumstances. When applied to medical practice, however, these agreements can be particularly harmful. Read more in the Fresh Perspectives blog.
Thursday Dec 03, 2020
Telemedicine II: What We’ve Learned So Far
Wednesday Jul 29, 2020
Yes, You Can Practice Full-scope Family Medicine
Tuesday Apr 14, 2020
Telemedicine: The Good, the Bad, the Pleasantly Surprising
With family physicians transitioning more patient visits to telemedicine during the pandemic, we asked our new physician bloggers to share how they are handling the adjustment in this Fresh Perspectives blog post.
Monday Dec 09, 2019
In Business -- Including Health Care -- Someone Has To Pay
A group of physicians recently spoke out about their institution's aggressive collections tactics. Allison Edwards, M.D., asks in this Fresh Perspectives post whether anyone will follow their lead in standing up for patients regarding skyrocketing costs in the U.S. health care system.
Tuesday Oct 08, 2019
It Started With One Question: What Is High-value Care?
Tuesday Sep 24, 2019
How Can I NOT Be Rural Enough?
Tuesday Sep 10, 2019
Telemedicine Filling Gap for Rural Community
Tuesday Aug 20, 2019
Direct Primary Care: A Snapshot
Monday Jun 24, 2019
Data in (Direct) Primary Care: Striking the Right Balance
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