• Features

    Board Certification Maintenance: History and Evolution

    ARNOLD E. CUENCA

    Family physicians now have a new pathway to renew their board certification — a “longitudinal” assessment versus the high-stakes, one-day exam.

    The Power of Coaching: Supercharge Your Personal and Professional Well-Being

    MARK H. GREENAWALD, CATHERINE FLORIO PIPAS

    After the upheaval of the last two years, many physicians are reassessing their priorities. Coaching provides a framework for learning from the past to build a brighter future.

    Pitfalls to Avoid in Physician Compensation Models

    ALICE G. GOSFIELD

    Understanding the various payment models can help physicians navigate potential pitfalls and make sure incentives are aligned.

    How to Be Employed "Well": Optimizing Your Professional Satisfaction

    MARK H. GREENAWALD, MICHAEL JEREMIAH, CHRISTOPHER MERTES

    Being an employed physician and being well shouldn’t be mutually exclusive. Here’s how to succeed at both.

    FROM THE EDITOR

    A New Medical Editor for FPM -- but the Same Vision

    JAMES DOM DERA

    FPM is still the “today” journal. Family physicians can read an FPM article today and make a change in how they take care of patients today.

    CODING & DOCUMENTATION

    Coding & Documentation

    CINDY HUGHES

    Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring date of service | Metered-dose inhalers | Retinal imaging screening for diabetic retinopathy | Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder prescription management | Congenital heart disease in adult patients

    PRACTICE PEARLS

    Practice Pearls

    Make performance reviews for advanced practice providers mutually beneficial | Manage requests for continuous glucose monitoring

    THE LAST WORD

    Easing the Transition Into Practice: A Checklist for New Physicians

    STACY BARTLETT

    These 15 tips can help new physicians start the job with clarity and confidence.

    SUPPLEMENT

    Leadership Development, Well-being, and Performance Improvement: Achieving the Quadruple Aim in Your Practice

    Jason E. Marker

    The Quadruple Aim of health care -- enhancing the patient experience, improving population health, reducing costs, and improving the work life and well-being of the care team -- requires leadership from family physicians.

    Ensuring Your Employment Contract Works for You

    Ericka L. Adler

    Explore physician employment contract terms, advice on specific provisions, and dispute resolution information before signing a contract.



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