Amy E. Foxx-Orenstein, FACP.
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...
Most complaints of memory problems aren't related to cognitive impairments, and as such they can be alleviated with a few simple tips.
Third in a six-part series on small practice issues: ACP's Center for Practice Innovation found that about half of the practices it observed as part of its quality improvement project had problems with phone communication, scheduling and the
Nearly 60% of internists say they're confident that they can manage patients on opioids, but 40% either aren't confident or don't do it at a...
To ensure proper billing of the chronic care management codes, it is important that clinical staff or clinicians keep a record of time spent with participating patients and that the care coordination is appropriately documented and clinically
I highly recommend a provocative essay by Ezekial Emanuel that appears in the October 2014 issue of the Atlantic. Dr. Emanuel is a prominen...
Health and well-being are entwined concepts, part of a comprehensive model of health that measures medical, physical, psychological, functional, and sensory aspects. When this more comprehensive model is applied, more patients can be found to have
ACP recognizes former College officials who have passed.
John H. Stone, III, MACP; Mark E. Silverman, MACP; and Robert E. Tyson, FACP.