Trevor J. Stone, Drew Sullivan
Insurers are experimenting with plans that drive patients to physicians deemed to be high-quality and low-cost.
Mark Murray, Mike Davies, Barbara Boushon
Does one size fit all? What do you do if your patient panel is too big – or too small? The experts answer these questions and more.
Milisa K Rizer, Doug Knutson
Don't waste time on bad meetings. Here's how to make sure your meetings are necessary and productive.
Successful referrals and consultations depend on open and succinct communication between you, your patients and your consultants.
You don't need a phone booth for a changing room.
Bobby J. Newbell
Health care in general may suffer from an incurable disease. (Are you surprised?)
State task force studying doctor pay | Industry and teaching physicians | Study adds up cost of annual physicals
Same code for same procedure | Initial hospital care and 99221 | Prothrombin time testing with 99211 | Trigger point injections | Removing multiple lesions | 90805 includes E/M services | Using test results as a diagnosis | NPs and care plan oversight
Hien Nguyen, Keith Borglum
Walk the walk | Make a good first impression | Increase the time you have for patients | Retrieving medical records
Family Practice Management thanks the following peer reviewers for their help in 2007:
Mitchell L. Cohen
When facing the pain of a malpractice lawsuit, physicians need the compassion and support of their colleagues.
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