Dana Naughton, Alan Adelman, Patricia Bricker, Michelle Miller-Day, Robert Gabbay
In an era of "do more with less," MAs can play a pivotal and flexible role in family medicine practices.
Lauren Rothkopf, Mary Brennan Wirshup
Medical emergencies may not be common in the office setting, but that's precisely why you need to practice your response to them.
Peter M. McGough, Matthew B. Jaffy, Thomas E. Norris, Pamela Sheffield, Molly Shumway
Four key design elements could make your team more effective.
Marie T. Brown, Christine A. Sinsky
Sometimes the best way to solve our patients' medical problems is to make sure they're taking their medicine.
Kenneth G. Adler
Sometimes the first step toward change is to reconsider what we think we know.
Smoking cessation and obesity counseling | Pre-employment physicals | New-patient criteria | Incomplete annual wellness visits
Patricia Blochowiak, James Stewart, Zack Bechtol, Laura Satcher, Renae Moch
Making kids' ear exams less stressful | Mirror, mirror on the floor | Exercise isn't just for patients | Preserving patient records after shutting your doors
J. LeBron McBride
It's time to focus on what you do best.
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