Publisher’s Note: The Brand’s the Thing
Branding is a lot more than just creating a new logo or Web site. It’s a process that you can use to define the essence of your practice.
Publisher’s Note: Our Best Chance for Reform?
With the future of healthcare at stake, presidential candidates must hear from you.
Publisher’s Note: Would ‘Sicko’ Prescription Make Us Sicker?
Michael Moore, the auteur provocateur, has invented a new genre of film: enter-rage – entertainment intended to outrage its audience.
Publishers Note: Up By His Bootstraps
Elias Sanchez, a 40-something general practitioner, became a doctor the hard way.
Publisher’s Note: The Power of Your Words
Sometimes what you say is stronger than any treatment or medications you may prescribe.
Publisher’s Note: No Honeymoon in Vegas
Another health plan grows; physicians’ leverage shrinks
Publisher’s Note: A Cautionary Tale
Remember why you’re in business: to provide service to your patients.
Publisher’s Note: Coming Soon: Health Reform (Really)
Corporate America wants action on exploding costs.
Publisher’s Note: A State of Change
Texas physicians worked hard to improve the state’s practice climate. Will you follow their example?
Publisher’s Note: One Generation Away
American healthcare wasn’t always as efficient and effective as the market-based system we have in 2037.
Politics and Your Practice: Pick One – Money or Control
In search of a long-term solution to Medicare's troubles.
Politics and Your Practice: Healthcare’s Biggest Headache
The biggest problem in healthcare? It’s not what you think.
Politics and Your Practice: Too Many Doctors In The House?
Is America really facing a physician shortage?
Politics and Your Practice: One Senator Takes on the System
U.S. Senator Tom Coburn, an OB/GYN, takes on the Senate leadership.
Politics and Your Practice: Drop that Mug, Doc
More scrutiny than ever is being placed on the relationships between drug companies and physicians, especially when it comes to big pharma's largesse. Is it fair?
Politics and Your Practice: Hacking Bill and Hillary
Our intrepid columnist reveals an e-mail communication between the former president and his presidential-aspirant wife.
Politics and Your Practice: The GOP Challenge
President Bush is running out of time. Lame-duck status awaits him after November's midterm elections, giving him a year - at most - to pass his healthcare agenda. Here are some policy predictions.
Politics and Your Practice: The High Court Got It Right
Whatever your view of physician-assisted suicide, all doctors should be grateful for the Supreme Court's ruling that regulating medical practice should remain in the business of the states.
POLITICS AND YOUR PRACTICE: A Taxing Solution
Could employer-subsidized health care be nearing its end? Maybe. Here's why that would be a good thing.
A Chance to Fix the System?
Healthcare is in crisis. Americans are in denial. And politicians are running scared. This must be a job for ... an independent commission.
Will Medicare payments to physicians be Hurricane Katrina's next victim?
Physicians 1, Drug-Makers 0
A proposed hiatus on direct-to-consumer pharmaceutical advertising promises to put prescribing control back in your hands - for now.
Change Is Good
You asked and we delivered - a new look, added features, and more ways to access Physicians Practice.
EHRs Are Coming - Like It or Not
Plenty of practices, particularly small ones, find the proposition of government-mandated EHRs too daunting without a little help from the folks in Washington, D.C.
'What You Are Doing Is Reprehensible'
The role of physicians in our society is so important and special that government should usually defer to their professional judgment.
Doctor, Senator ... President Bill Frist?
Are you ready to see a physician in the Oval Office?
Non-physicians are encroaching on physician domain
Should physicians be permitted to assist a terminally ill patient commit suicide?
Cash Cow or Trojan Horse?
Are pay-for-performance plans a Trojan horse?
A Note From the Future
An imaginative look forward
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