January 17, 2019 01:00 pm — More robust training and support are needed for family physicians who deliver increasingly in-demand long-acting reversible contraception services, according to a new report.Full Story »
Practice & Professional Issues
Recent Practice & Professional Issues Stories
01/16/2019 — FPM has published its annual article that highlights CMS CPT code updates and Medicare policy changes for the new year.
01/16/2019 — A survey of nearly 1,800 physicians in Rhode Island found that the use of electronic health records contributes significantly to stress and burnout among physicians.
01/14/2019 — The AAFP has created a position paper on quality measurement for primary care that features six guiding principles aimed at helping steer future development and use of measurement in practice improvement and physician payment.
01/02/2019 — Steven Waldren, M.D., M.S., shares some of the work the AAFP has started to ease physicians' administrative burden through the use of new and emerging technology.
More Practice & Professional Issues News
- 01/02/2019 — New Research Examines Diversity in Family Medicine
- 12/19/2018 — Rural FP Finds Rewards With Full-scope Training, Deep Roots
- 12/14/2018 — Survey Breaks Down Clinicians' Views on Transgender Care
- 12/12/2018 — Researchers Make the Case for Home-based Medical Care
- 12/12/2018 — Report: Follow Four Principles to Meet Quadruple Aim
- 12/05/2018 — Survey Weighs Effects of Patient Access to Health Info Online
- 11/30/2018 — Utilize CCM Codes to Maximize Patient Care, Payment
- 11/28/2018 — Study: Medical Crowdfunding Can Pose Major Patient Risks
- 11/28/2018 — EHR Interoperability Crucial for Less Burnout, Better Care
- 11/28/2018 — New Guidelines Trust Takes Place of AHRQ Clearinghouse