AMARYLLIS SÁNCHEZ WOHLEVER
With rudeness, discrimination, and violence on the rise, how do we take care of our patients while protecting ourselves?
HEATHER BLEACHER, COREY LYON, LOGAN MIMS, KATHY CEBUHAR, ANOWARA BEGUM
If addressing patients' social needs sounds overwhelming, the results of this pilot project might surprise you.
Clinic and community resources combine to support patients in this unique group-visit model.
SUMANA REDDY, JAYDEEP MAHASAMUDRAM
Caring for the whole family is a defining aspect of family medicine, yet many physicians have stopped seeing young patients. Here's why and how to welcome them back.
Variety in our daily work may be a way to improve care and satisfaction with practicing medicine.
JAY WINNER, CLIF KNIGHT
To describe the current phenomenon, we need a better term that puts the blame where it belongs and reminds us that the problem is responsive to multiple treatment strategies.
“ESTABLISHED” VS. “NEW” PATIENT CODES | OFFICE VISITS FOR IMMUNIZATION | ADVANCE CARE PLANNING AND TIME
Yu-Chien Kuo, Kurtis Elward, Lauren Murphy Ott
CHECK FOR FRACTURES WITH YOUR PHONE | TWO WAYS TO BETTER HANDLE TRANSITIONAL CARE MANAGEMENT | ENSURE PATIENTS' PROPER USE OF NASAL SPRAYS | SCHEDULE A ‘HAPPY HOUR’ TO SHARE EHR TIPS
The most unlikely of past experiences can shape who we are as physicians.
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