Alice G. Gosfield
If you work with nonphysician providers, you can’t afford to ignore these rules.
David C. Kibbe
If there’s a silver lining to the HIPAA regulations, it’s here. These standards can save your practice time and money.
Rebecca Anwar, Judy Capko
Here’s how to make sure both you and your patients know what makes your practice special.
Robert L. Edsall
Fortunately for family physicians, hospitals seem to have a monopoly on errors. At least that’s the impression one would glean from the literature on errors in medicine. One reason so little energy is spent on studying errors in ambulatory care is that errors in that realm...
H. Jeffrey Wilkins
Ross H. Fichthorn
Kent J. Moore
These misconceptions could complicate your life and cost you money.
Kent J. Moore
Medical decision making requirements | Signing off on incident-to services | Immunization codes | Coding an outpatient hospice visit | Physician venipuncture | Awaiting nursing home placement
FPs call for change after families experience suboptimal care | Clinical guidelines need updating | PRACTICE PEARLS from here and there | PRACTICE PEARLS from here and there | Demand for FPs steady | Don’t mess with Texas | Credentialing made easier | Lamictal 25 mg or...
Peter G. Teichman
A signed agreement can do a lot to prevent medication misuse while helping those sidelined by chronic pain.
Sanford J. Brown
Stress reaction | Networking | Doctor cars
F. Michael Arnow, Keith Borglum, Kent J. Moore
Write-offs for FPs | Appropriate staffing | Closed to new Medicaid patients
Virginia K. Mohl, Lucille Marchand
Journal writing is the creative nourishment these physicians need to sustain themselves through endless busy days.
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