Michael A. Stelman
This easy-to-use template enables you to see the full context of a patient’s health on a single page.
J. LeBron McBride
Having trouble coping with the demands of your profession? Self-examination can make your work more meaningful and manageable.
Dropping certain health plan contracts can boost your bottom line and reduce hassles. The author’s spreadsheet will enable you to choose carefully.
Robert L. Edsall
Some time ago in this space, I asked you to let me know what was on your mind – what problems in your practice were attracting your attention, what you had done to solve them, and where we might be able to help (“A Piece of Your Mind,” November/December 2002, page 8). The...
After an eye-opening move to a new community, one physician discovers she is more than just a doctor to her patients.
William L. Melahn
Cary D. Douglass
Clay I. Campbell
Kent J. Moore
Recent changes speed up the process and make additional levels of appeal more accessible.
Kent J. Moore
Night admission | New or established patient? | Allergy injections
Malpractice crisis spreads; legislation pending | Physicians, patients have differing views on disclosing errors | PRACTICE PEARLS from here and there | PRACTICE PEARLS from here and there | How low can you go? | Medicare spending vs. private spending | Backlog reduction 101 ...
Simple interventions, such as using self-inking stamps to document lab results, can make your charts more legible, consistent and complete in less time.
Sanford J. Brown
Coding consult | A bold woman | Schooled!
K. Meg Morrison, Kent J. Moore, Jeffrey B. Miller
PDAs and HIPAA | Using RVUs in compensation formulas | Paper for paperless systems?
Frank H. Boehm
The more high-tech we get, the more we need the healing power of the human touch.
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