The changes take effect October 1.
Harriet Boxer, Susan Snyder
How you communicate with your patients can enhance – or inhibit – their ability to manage their chronic illnesses.
Barbara P. Yawn, Allen Dietrich, Peter L. Wollan, Susan Bertram, Marge Kurland, Wilson Pace, Deborah Graham, Jessica Huff
If you've cared for patients with suicidal ideation, you'll know how valuable this tool can be.
ROBERT A. FORESTER, RICHARD J. HECK
Here's how to patients who might otherwise miss getting the services they need.
With planning, you can be prepared to assess financial need, provide discounts and share helpful resources.
What do you think the odds are that you will have uninsured patients to care for next year?
Home health services and private payers | Three-day observation stay | Documenting surgical assists | Prolonged services
Jason Bhan, Nathan Hitzeman, Kent J. Moore AAFP, Kevin E. Elder
Give cash-paying patients some cash back | Dress up your ceiling lights | Calculating average work RVUs for family physicians | Think like an athlete when assessing injuries
Katia L. Mercado-Castro
Learning to challenge negative thoughts can vastly improve our lives.
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