Peter G. Teichman
You can improve the quality of your communication and decrease malpractice risk with this revised version of SOAP.
Rod Aymond, Theodore Hariton
Before jumping into a new venture, make sure you have a strong, focused plan for the future.
Scott E. Rollins
This community-supported practice meets the needs of both the community and the physicians serving it.
Martha M. Funnell
The best thing you can do for your patients with chronic diseases is to let them run with the ball.
Robert L. Edsall
The treatment works just fine. It's the patient who screws it up. This kind of thinking has clouded our minds, probably for centuries. And it has clouded everybody's minds — physicians and patients alike. It has led physicians to think they have efficacious treatment...
Edgar B. Powers
Christy J. Bendersky
Kent J. Moore
These ideas will help you reduce delays and cope with the period before the credentials arrive.
Kent J. Moore
Drug screens | Coding pelvic exams | Suture removal | Preventive medicine | ICD-9 code for a strained trapezius muscle
Informed choice rare in health care | Better-performing groups pay more, generate more | Quality doesn't ensure profitability for HMOs | Physicians influenced by pharmaceutical perks | Quality of care varies widely among Medicaid health plans | More patients to shop online...
George E. Kikano, Susan A. Flocke, Robin S. Gotler, Kurt C. Stange
Preventive care doesn't have to wait until the next health maintenance exam. Illness visits are a prime opportunity.
Sanford J. Brown
Caring for family | Making it | HealthTrends
Kent J. Moore, Barry A. Gold, Jeff Miles
RVUs and established patient visits | Treating family members | Unlawful restraint of trade?
Pamela J. Vaccaro
The new hand-held planning devices are cool, but an old-fashioned paper planner may keep you just as well organized.
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