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When Will We Learn?

I am starting to think that our seeming acceptance of drunk driving must be because such a large percentage of the population is guilty of this behavior.

Transitioning Pediatric Patients to Adult Care

Having these discussions and providing this guidance should be an expectation of good care.

Oxybutynin Side Effects in OAB Seniors

Cognitive impairment is an especially worrisome adverse effect in older patients.

Spending Patterns in Training Impact Practice

There was a significant annual, per-beneficiary spending difference for physicians trained in high- and low-cost HSAs.

ACP Addresses Impact of Administrative Tasks

The American College of Physicians details policy recommendations to reduce administrative burden.

Latest Features

Maximizing Clinical Practice Revenue with Reimbursement Cuts

Maximizing Clinical Practice Revenue with Reimbursement Cuts

An expert Q&A with Valora Gurganious, MBA, CHBC, on how physicians can maximize revenue and stay ahead of payors' attempts to cut reimbursement.

Exploring the Legality of Curbside Consulting in Medicine

Exploring the Legality of Curbside Consulting in Medicine

The answer to the question regarding legal responsibility seems to revolve around the issue of whether or not a physician-patient relationship exists.

A Look at Cruz's Arguments on the ACA Debate

A Look at Cruz's Arguments on the ACA Debate

Is the aim of our health-care system to care for human beings or to generate profits for corporations?

Latest Blogs

Writing Informal Prescriptions May Pose Major Risks

Writing Informal Prescriptions May Pose Major Risks

When clinicians write informal prescriptions, their supervising physicians may also suffer the consequences.

Sometimes Medical Care Requires More Than Just a Minute

Sometimes Medical Care Requires More Than Just a Minute

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A primary care physician sees the peril of pharmacy-owned clinics.

Parenting and the Feelings of Helplessness

Parenting and the Feelings of Helplessness

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Sometimes we identify too much with our patients and our advice becomes too personal.

Hold the Statins and Antihypertensives: Give Me a Compassion Pill — for Doctors!

Hold the Statins and Antihypertensives: Give Me a Compassion Pill — for Doctors!

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The indication? Doctor attitudes and a tendency to complain. One tablet PO TID and QHS. #120, with unlimited refills.

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