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It’s important to spell out the care you deliver patients. It’s equally important to define acceptable and unacceptable treatment from patients.
Social media is a great way to connect with other physicians and patients, but it’s also a platform where you could injure a third party’s reputation or where someone could injure yours. Learn what defamation is and when you might need to seek legal counsel.
The youngest generation in the workforce wants meaning and stability. Here’s how to show them the meaningful work your physician practice does.
Physicians study how to heal patients. But they also need to learn how to grieve their loss.
Physicians and other healthcare providers can help patients manage pain while reducing their likelihood — and opportunity — to become addicted to pain medicine.
Your practice may have a routine, but does it operate like a well-oiled machine?
CMS’ emphasis on preventive care and the need for better chronic care management raises the need for a care coordinator to ensure medication management and monitor for potential contraindications. The ideal coordinator? Clinical pharmacists.
PCPs are the front lines of the culture change about discussing advance directives, end-of-life care and death.
Ways primary care practices can educate patients about advance directives and empower them to make decisions about their health and quality of life.
One physician reflects on her decision to leave her employer, start her own practice and how she followed (and deviated) from her startup plans.
Have a difficult employee, low staff morale or trouble filling vacancies? Tips and guidance for how to be a better leader.
New research is studying the effects of stress and long hours on physician intern health, and it’s changing their DNA.
Learn how to leverage technology so you can make better clinical decisions for your patients.