David C. Kibbe
Protecting your patients’ health information is more difficult and more important than ever. The author’s strategy will help you meet this month’s deadline.
Stephanie Taché, Susan Chapman
Medical assistants can be versatile and valuable additions to family medicine practices.
Three developments predict a positive trend in job opportunities.
Deanna R. Willis
Using proven techniques borrowed from the business world, you can eliminate bottlenecks and waste in your practice.
Robert L. Edsall
Family medicine needs to build a future if it is to have one.
It is hard to claim pure motives when suggesting that patients try untested therapies.
George C. Aycock
Christopher M. Herndon
Randall O. Card
You and your patient have a lot of ground to cover. Here’s one way to get it all done.
Kent J. Moore
Appropriate use of 99050 | Biopsy vs. excision | Multiple reevaluations and therapies in one visit
Match Day 2005: Family medicine gains positions, loses U.S. seniors | Study explores link between physician supply and mortality rates | Patients want e-mail access to physicians but don’t want to pay | Small practices report success with EHRs
Marie E. Brittin
Listening isn’t a passive activity. It takes skill and practice, but can result in improved patient care.
Sanford J. Brown
Great toys | Jury duty | DNR
Julie Henry, Julie Henry, Keith Borglum
Choosing the right legal structure | Setting up a new practice | How to build more maternity care into your practice
Timothy A. Ferenchick
Put powerful tools in your palm without spending a dime.
Parenting isn’t easy, and neither is medicine. But as your children grow, you’ll find the two can coexist peacefully.
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