December 2000 Observer
The trouble with Medicare HMOs
Health plans say more money is the key, but critics see bigger problems
The next phase in Medicare+Choice: private fee for service
New companies explore the managed care potential of Medicare
Claims denied? Take steps to get what you're owed
Try these strategies to keep claims from being denied and appeal those that are rejected
How to define 'new' patients and code flu shots
Select correct CPT codes for new patient visits and immunizations
Computers & Medicine
New rules for computerized data: What will they mean for physicians?
HIPAA says electronic information must be secure and standardized
Clinical depression: more than just residency blues
Getting past old stigmas is the key to recognizing symptoms—and helping vulnerable residents
What have you done for me lately? A look at the College's services
Learn about the many ways the College serves its members today
Regents discuss recertification, assisted suicide, the independence of pharmacists and access
Voting rights for associates, med-peds section also addressed at October Board of Regents meeting
College urges vaccinations for the frail and elderly
New Key Diseases book focuses on dyspepsia
Council of Associates nominations due Feb. 1
Council of Student Members nominations due Jan. 15
How to share stock market gains with the ACP-ASIM Foundation
What the confusing election results might mean for health care policy
This strange election may result in more gridlock than voters anticipated
College-funded study takes closer look at the uninsured
ACP-ASIM takes message on Latino health access to Texas
Medicare Part B premiums to jump 10% in 2001
Internist Archives Quick Links
What will you learn from your Annals Virtual Patient?
Annals Virtual Patients is a unique patient care simulator that mirrors real patient care decisions and consequences. CME Credit and MOC Points are available. Start off with a FREE sample case. Start your journey now.
Internal Medicine Meeting 2015 Live Simulcast!
Unable to attend the meeting this year? On Saturday, May 2, seven sessions will be streamed live from the meeting. Register for the simulcast and earn CME credit after watching each session. Watch it live or download for later viewing.