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While employed physicians often cannot accept samples in their practice, this independent doctor can and does, to help his patients in need.

Physicians are first concerned with treating patients. But they are also business owners. It is a mistake not to review potential areas of risk.

Getting your medical practice ready for the challenges the New Year will bring should start now. Here are some areas to review.

A recent study suggests that physicians differ in their approach to emotionally charged issues, like abortion, based on political affiliation.

I won't talk a patient into treatment, yet, I do have a superior level of expertise. My goal is that patients understand risk, benefit, and alternatives.

Copy and paste can speed up patient charting in the EHR, but physicians and staff must be wary of propagating errors. Here are key factors to consider.

The fundamental challenge of strategic planning is to reconcile the tension between the desire for preparation and the need for flexibility.

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