December 1999 issue:
- Cultural conflicts and antitrust laws dog collective bargaining by doctors
- Changes in medicine's mommy track
Shifting demographics and more physician mothers mean new opportunities—and worries
- Medicare fee schedule to give 5% raise next year
- A look back at a career spent fighting for internists
- Small-group strategies for revamping physician pay
Basing pay on collections, not charges, and dividing expenses fairly can help avoid infighting
- Make your waiting room a high-tech learning center
You can use electronic tools instead of old magazines to help patients make the most of their time waiting
- How Medicare handles flu shots, patient information
- CCA publication can help you market your practice
- Subspecialists lead revitalized market for residents
While cardiologists are leading in salaries, generalists are still in demand—in select parts of the country
- Guest Column
How giving to the ACP-ASIM Foundation can help your patients—and your finances
- How the College's home health guide is helping doctors by educating patients
- News Briefs
- Washington Perspective
Congress acts to restore BBA cuts: a good start, but more is needed
- Policy News
- CME Bulletin Board
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