Mindi K. McKenna
The World Wide Web can be a tremendous resource for you and your patients if you know where to look. Here's your guide.
You may be able to reduce turnover by finding out how your practice looks through the eyes of your staff.
Roger A. Hofford
Getting involved in state and local politics is another way you can care for your patients and community.
Find out how one group created an orientation program that assimilates new doctors more quickly and creates an increased sense of loyalty.
Robert L. Edsall
People are always marveling (or complaining) about the inconceivable amount of stuff available on the Internet. As Mindi McKenna, PhD, says in this issue, physicians are more likely to use the Internet for personal than for professional purposes, in large measure because...
Richard C. Braun
Kent J. Moore
The reimbursement might make it worth your time to become an accredited diabetes educator.
Kent J. Moore
Documenting a level-V visit | The risk of prescription drug management | Urinalysis in OB care | Fluorescein staining | 90862 + E/M code?
IOM calls for overhaul of health care system | HIPAA privacy rules delayed | PRACTICE PEARLS from here and there | PRACTICE PEARLS from here and there | Managed care loses steam | Care guidelines for all | Change of heart | Wide-open spaces | Can't get no satisfaction |...
Robin S. Gotler, Jack H. Medalie, Stephen J. Zyzanski, George E. Kikano, Kurt C. Stange
By being aware of the strengths and limitations of your family focus style, you can help preserve the family in “family practice.”
Sanford J. Brown
Patient advocate | Co-pays
Michael R. Burke
Don't let a restrictive covenant keep you from signing an employment contract, but don't ignore it either.
Michael J. Schoppmann, Kern Augustine Conroy, null Schoppmann, null PC, J. Landy Damsey, Paula L. Smith, Keith Borglum
Part-time malpractice premiums | Defining repricing | Workers' comp claims | Practice administrator vs. office manager
Pamela J. Vaccaro
You have an impressive to-do list, but you're still not getting things done. Wonder why?
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