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Rebecca Fox, MD

Rebecca Fox, MD

Rebecca Fox, MD is the co-owner of a pediatric practice in Northern Virginia. She completed undergraduate and medical education at the University of Kansas and did her pediatric residency at Cornel Medical College.  Fox is interested in yoga, German Shepherd dogs, and is a fiber artist (weaving, knitting and handspinning) who regularly publishes in various weaving magazines.  E-mail her here.

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Good news: My practice is switching to an iPad-enabled EHR. Bad news: I may never truly be off-duty again since I'll always be connected.

Retail clinics are here to stay. Increasing your patients' access to your medical office will help direct them back to your practice.

I hate to think that medicine will become like a cookbook, because there are so many things that just don’t fit inside the box.

The “vaccine discussion” is always challenging. Here's how I respond to the common vaccine-related concerns that I hear from my patients' parents.

Last year I shared my New Year's resolutions for 2014. Here's how I did, and what I resolve to accomplish this year at my medical practice.

My medical practice donates to various organizations. Recently, I had an idea about how charitable giving could lead to a happier, more professional staff.

In the past, every time I saw these patients on my schedule, I just wanted to run out of my medical practice. Now I am grateful for the challenges they present.

With all the media coverage of Ebola and enterovirus D68, there are several things your practice can do to ease patient and staff concern. Here's where to begin.

Every medical practice will have patients with unpaid balances, but those that have smart collection strategies in place will be better off.

As a physician, take some time to learn a few medical practice management principles to more fully support your practice manager.

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