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Promoting literacy to increase adherence | ACP Internist

Roughly 80 million Americans navigate health care's complexities with limited health literacy skills. Learn easy steps that help patients understand what they need to do, without the need for formal literacy screening or for questions that might

PPI's benefits can outweigh their possible risks | ACP Internist

The key to proper use of proton-pump inhibitors is monitoring patients closely to determine if they are benefitting from long-term therapy, or could potentially discontinue or reduce their dose.

Rethinking a no-brainer : ACP Internist

What does someone having a heart attack look like? I think the New York Times captured what many of us probably have in mind, when they pub...

Happy birthday, Emily : ACP Internist

A couple of my recent blog posts have advocated for single-payer financing for health care in the United States as the most effective path ...

Google, information, and patient engagement : ACP Internist

I believe in the principle behind practice guidelines. That is, I believe there is value in compiling the best available evidence related to...

Digging into the causes and fixes of resistant hypertension | ACP Internist

An enduring challenge is figuring out why patients appear to have resistant hypertension and how to cure them of it.

Practice guideline overload : ACP Internist

I think I am like many practicing physicians in my “love-hate” relationship with clinical practice guidelines. On the one hand, it is often ...

More public reporting : ACP Internist

Readers of this blog know that I am a fan of public reporting of performance data. I believe that data transparency helps fulfill an obligat...

Physician drug testing : ACP Internist

The New York Times reported on a ballot initiative in California that would mandate random routine drug and alcohol testing of physicians, ...

If telomeres could talk : ACP Internist

One of the reasons cardiology tends to advance so rapidly compared to other medical disciplines, with very noteworthy benefits, such as mark...

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