Andrew Pasternak, Joseph E. Scherger
A growing number of Web sites enable patients to publicly rant or rave about their physicians. Here's what you need to know.
Kenneth G. Adler, Robert L. Edsall
The survey is faster and easier to complete than previous versions, and your response is more important than ever to your colleagues.
Here's how to help your patients separate fact from fiction and make an informed decision.
Terry L. Mills
Finding time for more patient visits may be easier and more lucrative than you think.
Sarina Schrager, Sue Gaard
Follow these five steps if your patient unfurls a long list of issues to discuss at today's visit.
Like many a promising idea, the medical home may be unrecognizable once the world has its way with it.
Patients don't need more knowledge; they need a number to shoot for.
Thomas S. Duncan
Robert S. Watkins
New or established patient? | Welcome to Medicare physical requirements | What is “normal”? | Medicare e-prescribing
Kevin J. Kelleher, Joe FitzHarris, Zack Bechtol, Hien Nguyen
Ask patients to rate their wellness | Use screen savers to encourage health screenings | Ease the challenge of warfarin dosing | Find the right job | Promote preventive services over the phone
Profiles of family physicians, in their own words.
William E. Cayley, Jr.
There's so much more to rural medicine than making house calls across the picturesque countryside.
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