Retail clinics are changing the role of the primary care physician
Greatest impact will be felt in small towns and rural clinics.
Physicians’ opinions and recommendations about physician advocacy
Physicians’ opinions on social issues and their role in advocacy are as varied as opinions across any other group of Americans that spans the width of the nation.But what does that mean when it comes to advocacy?
Why physicians need to be patient care advocates
Patients want their physicians to take a greater role in healthcare advocacy. Getting involved can empower doctors, too.
Docs rock out for charity (and their own mental health)
Physicians are people, too. They need a way to relax after a hard day’s work. Twelve of them have found a way to unwind: in front of a crowd, by playing cover songs, and raising money for charitable causes.
Physicians fight burnout one gig at a time
As a growing number of healthcare providers are feeling burned out, two physicians have found a way to recharge through music.
Chronic care management for diabetes: Open a food pantry
One Ohio family practice has found a way to help food-insecure patients with diabetes by adding a food pantry to its office, meaning patients no longer have to choose between nutritious food and medicine to stay healthy.
How to get out of the office
Strategies to help solo practice physicians step away from the office for a vacation, medical leave, or unexpected emergencies.
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