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Hearsay : ACP Internist

ldquo;Believe half of what you see and none of what you hear.” A few years back, I was in clinic and went into a room to listen to a patient...

How to fix EMRs : ACP Internist

I was talking to a colleague last week about his practice, and remarked that he was still keeping a paper medical record. Without hesitation...

No way out : ACP Internist

Perhaps you have heard the rather grim joke about how doctors don't know when to stop treating patients who no longer benefit. It goes somet...

MKSAP Quiz: Management of new-onset afib | ACP Internist

A 30-year-old woman is evaluated for management of new-onset atrial fibrillation. She has a history of tetralogy of Fallot that was repaired at age 18 months. She has had no cardiovascular concerns since that time and has not had regular follow-up

MKSAP Quiz: Heart murmur and reduced exercise capacity | ACP Internist

A 32-year-old woman presents for evaluation of a murmur recently heard on physical examination. She has noted mild reduction in exercise capacity over the past 6 to 12 months. She has no known history of cardiovascular disease, although a murmur was

Maintenance of Certification, or extortion? : ACP Internist

I trained in internal medicine and cardiology at the tail end of the era of lifetime board certification by the American Board of Internal M...

Combat cardiac risks of cancer therapies | ACP Internist

One challenge of treating cancer is preventing, diagnosing, and treating heart failure in at-risk patients, and figuring out which patients would benefit from intervention.

"Live, from New York ..." : ACP Internist

I previously wrote that “I support the public reporting of validated survey data from real patients” and I am now proud to report that our ...

Leadership development : ACP Internist

One of the things that I am most proud of about the North Shore–LIJ Health System is our institutional commitment to leadership training. Th...

Gender gap increases women's heart risks | ACP Internist

Nearly half the time, the first clue a physician gets that a woman has heart disease is that she drops dead. Updated guidelines now dictate physicians should first screen for a woman's risk factors for heart disease by age 20.

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