Hierarchical condition categories are key for improving health outcomes and getting accurate reimbursements.
BETHANY A. WATTLES, NAVJYOT K. VIDWAN, MICHAEL J. SMITH
Engaging office staff will make your practice's antibiotic stewardship efforts more effective.
BRIAN ANTONO, RANIT MISHORI
The goal is not simply to avoid antibiotics but to use them in a judicious manner. Here are 10 steps family physicians, practices, and leaders can take.
SANDY POGONES, AMY MULLINS, GAIL GUERRERO TUCKER
Unlike most EHRs, registries can make patient data accessible and actionable, leading to better outcomes and easier quality reporting.
JAMES DOM DERA
Identifying your patients, sorting them by risk, and managing their chronic conditions as a team can help you make the most of value-based care programs.
In the digital age, patients sometimes have the same access to the latest information as family physicians. But they still need us to filter it for them.
TWO VISITS WITH THE SAME PATIENT ON THE SAME DATE | SCREENING FOR PREDIABETES | TCM AND CCM IN THE SAME MONTH | TIME SPENT REVIEWING SCREENING SCORES
John P. Yeatts, Devdutta Sangvai, Alicia Kowalchuk
SORT PATIENTS BY RISK: THREE METHODS | FOCUS ON THESE FOUR AREAS FOR VALUE-BASED CARE SUCCESS | PARTNER WITH SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER TREATMENT PROGRAMS
DANIEL J. FRASCA
Sometimes, what the patient wants isn't what the patient needs.
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