The changes take effect Jan. 1.
Ronald Adler, Jeanne McBride
A clear goal, staff buy-in and simple tools – such as an asthma flow sheet – can help your practice follow asthma guidelines more consistently.
Sally I. Roland
Successful reporting begins with preparation.
Joseph R. Yancey, Harry D. McKinnon, Jr.
Effectively addressing a colleague's impairement requires care, planning and courage.
Start training by rebuilding a piece of your practice; eventually you'll be able to rebuild the whole.
Bobby J. Newbell
The challenges we face as primary care physicians may not be unique to our generation.
Diagnosis code order | STD screening requested by patient | Immunizations provided by a nurse | Exam documentation needed for 99214? | Pap smear collections | Office visit with patient's parent | ICD-10 timing
William D. Soper, Doug Iliff, Kent J. Moore
Offer patients interesting reading materials | Prepare to impress | Getting into Medicare after opting out | Thank your staff regularly
Mitchell L. Cohen
When a patient suffers from a medical mistake, two words can usher in healing.
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