Gary N. Fox, Laura A. McCann
Using the correct codes can mean the difference between getting paid and getting audited.
Joseph E. Scherger
A family physician shares what he learned about leadership when he was no longer captain of the ship.
We assumed that our patients weren't ready for secure messaging or that, if they were, it would overburden our staff. We couldn't have been more wrong.
Annie Nedrow, Nicole A. Steckler, Joseph Hardman
Recognizing the signs of professional exhaustion is the first step to reintroducing joy and purpose to your career.
Leigh Ann Backer
Kenneth G. Adler, MD, MMM joins FPM as we celebrate our 20th year of publication.
Kenneth G. Adler
What do you like most about FPM? What do you like least? Share your ideas for improvement with us.
Jennifer P. Herbert
Even patients with specialized conditions such as sickle cell disease need primary care physicians.
“Cloned” notes | Prolonged service | Discharge day exam | Postponed pelvic exam and Pap smear
Dolores Schafer, Kent J. Moore
Acknowledge, reward high-performing staff | Take a seat | Managing multiple fee schedules for Medicare patients and others
Philip D. Briggs
Yes, it worked in the past. No, it won't work in the future.
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