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Success in ACOs depends on collaboration

In some parts of the country, you might be better off doing it yourself, pulling together primary care practices with subspecialties like cardiology, gastroenterology or other specialists that manage and
July 2013

Undiagnosed diseases program tries to crack the tough cases

Among the specialties available are rheumatology, immunology, oncology, mental health, nephrology, hematology, ophthalmology, neurology, endocrinology, dermatology, dentistry, pathology, pulmonology, cardiology and hepatology.
May 2012

Internal Medicine mixes new offerings with old favorites

Pre-courses will cover cardiology, HIV/AIDS, drug therapies and leadership skills. A Wednesday pre-course, “Improving your Clinical Teaching,” will be taught by Kelly M.
March 2009

Taking chocolate to heart

It's beginning to look like chocolate, especially dark chocolate, really and truly is a heart healthy snack, though only if it's consumed in...
January 2020

Incentive programs yield mixed results for expectant internists

In terms of the number of participants, physicians and nonphysician practitioners in family practice (15,753), internal medicine (13,864), and cardiology (6,132) were the top specialties using the
July 2011

In the News

The study is in the March 15 issue of the American Journal of Cardiology.
May 2009

Together internal medicine and the subspecialties are stronger

Zoghbi, MD, FACP, of the American College of Cardiology. The comparative economic challenges of practice were discussed, but we spent the vast majority of our time discussing medical education, quality and
January 2013

Tackling tPA and stroke outcomes through telemedicine

We've also expanded and are now implementing pilots in cardiology, psychiatry, and patients in rehabilitation who need frequent evaluations by the burn surgeons,” said Dr.
July 2014

Remote monitoring: Out of sight, right in line

In chronic disease, there's a premium on monitoring patients and getting them involved in self-management,” said Harlan Krumholz, MD, a professor of cardiology and public health at Yale University
March 2010

Evidence evolving on aspirin as prevention

Sperling, MD, FACP, professor in preventive cardiology and director of the Emory Heart Disease Prevention Center at Emory University in Atlanta. ... Sperling, coauthor of a paper on risk-assessment tools to guide decision making, which was published in
March 2019

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