When an adolescent patient requests confidential services, here's what you need to know about their rights and your responsibilities.
BRIAN K. UNWIN, NATALIA LOSKUTOVA, PATRICK KNICELY, CHRISTOPHER D. WOOD
Quality measures and clinical tools can bring focus and clarity to caring for patients with cognitive impairment and supporting their caregivers.
Highly trained workers can perform more visit-related tasks, boosting care quality and reducing physician burnout.
KENT MOORE, AMY MULLINS, ERIN SOLIS, BARBARA HAYS
This year's changes include some welcome documentation relief, new codes for portal and telephone encounters, and much more.
Leigh Ann Backer
Coding updates are just the tip of the iceberg as we begin 2019.
Quality peer reviews help the FPM editors select and publish articles that are accurate, authoritative, and useful to family physicians and others in primary care. We would like to thank the following peer reviewers, who completed at least one manuscript review in 2018....
PRESCRIPTION DRUG MANAGEMENT AND E/M CODE SELECTION | REVIEW OF SYSTEMS: HOW MANY SYSTEMS ARE TOO MANY? | DOCUMENTING EXAMS BY MEDICAL STUDENTS | CODING FOR REMOVAL OF SKIN LESIONS: BIOPSY OR NO?
Alana Benjamin, Aaron Rubin
SIMPLIFY THE CHECKOUT PROCESS | ENSURE YOUR SAFETY DURING PATIENT VISITS | KEEP YOUR EMPATHY FOR DIFFICULT PATIENT ENCOUNTERS
SANFORD J. BROWN
Don't let their bad behavior make you a bad doctor.
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