DAVID M. NEWMAN, SHAN DHANDA
These principles can help keep your patients' problem lists well-curated and useful.
The right style and tactics make it easier to effectively advocate for yourself, your patients, and your team and reach “win-win” agreements.
SUE DAHL-POPOLIZIO, TINA M. SAUBER, MARTINA MOOKADAM
OTs can address patient issues that do not require the skill set of a physician, increasing physician availability for patients with more complex needs.
Reducing physician burden starts with four key changes.
When patients engage with primary care, costs go down and quality goes up. So why do growing numbers of patients not have a primary care physician?
MEDICARE COVERAGE FOR COVID-19 VACCINE ADMINISTRATION POST-PHE | CODING FOR FRACTURE CARE FOLLOW UP | MIDPOINT RULE FOR TIME-BASED CPT CODING | ADMINISTERING COVID-19 VACCINES OBTAINED FREE OF CHARGE
Natasha Bhuyan, Valerie Krall, Kate Emery
FRAME NON-CLINICAL TIME AS A “WIN-WIN” | RETHINK COMMON PHRASES IN NOTES THAT COULD BE OFF-PUTTING | GATHER INFORMATION FROM CAREGIVERS AND TEACHERS BEFORE DIAGNOSING ADHD
We need to get back to seeing our patients during their final days.
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