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    Five Administrative Tasks Technology Could Make Easier for Physicians

    ANDY MARSO, STEVEN E. WALDREN

    Artificial intelligence and other advances could soon make tasks like prior authorization and visit documentation easier.

    Psychiatric e-Consults: A Guide for the Referring Physician

    GILLIAN SOWDEN, ALENA SHOEMAKER, MATTHEW BATLINER, MATTHEW DUNCAN

    Electronic consultations can help primary care physicians manage behavioral health conditions more efficiently and effectively. Here's how.

    How to Implement a Refugee Clinic Within an Existing Practice

    SOMMER ALDULAIMI, JEROME KOLESKI

    These six lessons can help practices improve both the quality of care for refugees and physician satisfaction in caring for them.

    Notes 2.0: Reducing Documentation Burden

    SACHIKO KAIZUKA, JENNIFER MAGUIRE, SOUMYA SRIDHAR, MATHEW DEVINE, GREGG NICANDRI, COLLEEN T. FOGARTY

    More efficient note writing through EHR simplification can reduce physicians' documentation burden and make practice more fulfilling.

    FROM THE EDITOR

    Writing Clinical Notes: Have We Made Progress?

    SARINA SCHRAGER

    Our clinical notes take a lot of time to write. Is it time well spent?

    CODING & DOCUMENTATION

    CODING & DOCUMENTATION

    CINDY HUGHES

    E/M AND ADVANCE CARE PLANNING IN SAME VISIT | COMBINING A PROBLEM-ORIENTED VISIT WITH A PREVENTIVE VISIT | ANTERIOR NOSE BLEED | TIME SPENT REVIEWING NOTES IN E/M CODING

    PRACTICE PEARLS

    PRACTICE PEARLS

    CHECK THIS MAP WHEN PRESCRIBING CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES FOR PATIENTS OUT OF STATE | USE TEMPLATES AND SHORTCUTS TO MAKE EHR WORK MORE EFFICIENT | MAKE EFFECTIVE E-CONSULT REQUESTS

    THE LAST WORD

    COVID-19 and Quality Metrics: Why Practices Are Struggling to Rebound

    MICHAEL CHARLES

    Three overlapping burdens are making it difficult for practices to recover.

    SUPPLEMENT

    Increasing Alcohol Screening and Brief Intervention Rates Using the Office Champions Model in Family Medicine Practices

    Hemalatha Senthilkumar, Antoinette Abou Haidar, Brittany Kauffman, Reshana Peterson, Rajani Bharati

    Excessive alcohol use is often unrecognized and underreported by patients. Unless questioned, patients may not disclose how much they drink and may fail to recognize the adverse effects of alcohol on their health. Screening and brief intervention (SBI) for alcohol use is a...



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