Michael P. Flanagan
A physician shares the lessons he learned after unknowingly exposing patients and staff to whooping cough.
Jeffrey M. Weinfeld, Kate Finkelstein
Asking focused questions and knowing where to look can lead to quicker answers.
Leigh Ann Backer
New research suggests that the care of children has become less central to family medicine than it used to be, and some family physicians want to reverse the trend.
A recent survey of active AAFP members found some surprising results.
Chronic care guidelines prove impossible to follow | Bill would offer up to $15,000 for EHR implementation | AMA, AAFP take note of reimbursement problems | Malpractice award caps result in more physicians, better access
Kent J. Moore, Keith Borglum, Steve Waldren
Opting out of Medicare | Negotiating salary as a percentage of collections | Converting to numerical filing
William Ventres, Robert Gobbo
Cultural differences need not separate us from our patients.
Anna K. Cox-Havron
Decide which communications are urgent and tackle them first.
Sanford J. Brown
CME | Informed consent
Robert L. Edsall
A new, improved FPM is on the way, both in print and online.
Decision making and 99215 | Billing separate services for ob patients | Immune globulin injections | Dilated eye exams
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