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CMS Answers Calls for ICD-10 Safeguards
While recent concessions made by CMS on the ICD-10 transition may relieve stress for practices making the transition, some say it’s not enough.
On Tap for Physicians Attending Internal Medicine 2009
Health care reform, the patient-centered medical home, and the impact of environmental change on global health are just a few of the topics to be discussed at the Internal Medicine 2009 Medicine 2009 in Philadelphia this week.
3D Printing Technology in Cardiac Procedure Planning
What if you could test the fit and function of a cardiac device in an exact replica of your patient's heart and head off complications before you start?
Which Triptan Should I Choose?
If one triptan doesn't work for your patient's migraines, try, try again. A neurologist offers tips on the pros and cons of the 6 available agents.
Wound and Pain Management for Diabetes
Treatments with botulinum toxin-A may help reduce painful diabetic neuropathy, according to a new meta-analysis.
Progression of Atrial Fibrillation: 3 Questions
Paroxysmal atrial fibrillation is a first and only dx for some patients; for others it is just the beginning. What do you know about AF progression?
Measure Your Medical Practice Staff Tech Skills
Before training your staff on new technology, it's a good idea to assess their overall comfort level and experience with using technology.
SGLT2 Inhibitors for Pancreatic and Prostate Cancer Treatment?
Three SGLT2 inhibitors are FDA approved for the treatment of hyperglycemia in type 2 diabetes, but could these drugs have a role in the treatment of other diseases?
Training Medical Practice Staff on New Technology
New technology offers the promise of boosting efficiency at your medical practice, but your staff holds the key to realizing its full potential.
Migraine, Smoking--and Stroking
What it all boils down to: smoking is a risk factor for stroke--no matter your age or your migraine status.
Why Use a Certified Financial Planner?
Why using someone with the CFP designation is the correct course of action when looking for advice on finances as a physician.
Radiologist, Meet Patient
Radiologists need to read images and see patients.
Patient Access: Does Your Practice Have It?
Getting patients in the door is critical to your practice's success. Are you doing everything you can to make this happen?
A Teenage Boy with an Unsightly Rash
The young man is missing school because he is self-conscious about the hypopigmented lesions on his arms, back, and chest. Can you make the diagnosis?
Resources for Finding a Radiology Fellowship
Tools to help radiology residents get information on fellowships.
An 8-year-old Boy with Acute Facial Swelling
Four days of facial swelling was preceded by several months of fatigue, leg pain, rapid weight gain. Watch the video exam for more clues to Dx.
Six New EHR Training Tips
Staff training is a critical component of successful implementation of an EHR. Here are six tips from the experts.
Cultural Issues in Treating Geriatric Patients With Mental Illness
The cultural aspects of treating patients are similar for all age-groups, but certain themes have greater relevance with the elderly.
Physicians in ACOs Not Seeing Higher Compensation
A recent study revealed that among practices within ACOs, individual physicians aren’t reaping financial benefits through higher compensation.
Pediatric ADHD and the Cultural Psychotherapeutic Model
The authors discuss the assessment and treatment of pediatric ADHD within the framework of the cultural psychotherapeutic model.
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