Providing options for remote access to care can keep your practice running and your patients healthy when an infectious disease outbreak prevents you from seeing them in person.
CATHERINE FLORIO PIPAS
Families are a physician's core source of support. Making time to nurture family connections is crucial to keeping that support system strong.
IAN M. KRONISH, CINDY HUGHES, KRISTAL QUISPE, ANTHONY J. VIERA
In-office blood pressure readings are often inaccurate or insufficient. Here's a way to get a better picture of how your patients are doing and get paid for it.
To get what you need to create a more ideal practice, you must learn to navigate the bureaucracy of your organization. Here's how.
Doctoring by phone is a skill I never thought I'd have to learn.
MENTAL HEALTH SCREENINGS | REPORTING MULTIPLE MANAGEMENT SERVICES | TRANSFERRING PAPER NOTES TO THE MEDICAL RECORD
James Dom Dera, Jesse Bracamonte, Augustine Chavez, Ku-Lang Chang
CHECK FOR COVID-19 UPDATES ON HOME ISOLATION AND WORK NOTES | ASK PATIENTS TO SUBMIT VITALS BEFORE TELEHEALTH | ADAPT YOUR DOCUMENTATION SETUP FOR TELEHEALTH
As a physician leader, you can help provide clarity, calm, and cohesion.
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