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A physician who e-mails patients—and likes it

A physician relates how online communication with patients has streamlined his health care delivery and even provided a trickle of revenue.
January 2009

Diabetes debates defy easy resolution

An ever-changing knowledge base without clear consensus makes diabetes management especially challenging.
September 2013

Uptake of CRC screening leaves room for improvement

This issue also covers IMGs and immigration policy, along with conference coverage on gastroenterology and the art of diagnosis. ... Our conference coverage this month comes from the American College of Gastroenterology's annual meeting, which was held
January 2019

Summit covers myths and evidence of competing with clinics

At a typical medical conference, there's not a lot of talk about brands, business models and market penetration. ... The National Retail Clinic Summit is not a typical medical conference.
May 2010

‘Tectonic’ change involves new reimbursement models

An expert offers four recommendations for tackling value and care model innovation.
February 2019

Explaining the risks and benefits of alcohol

In our conference coverage section in this issue, Stacey Butterfield provides updates from the American Academy of Family Physicians' annual meeting, held in Philadelphia this past October.
January 2013

Trichomoniasis is unpopular, underdiagnosed, expert says

A neglected disease of poverty gets little attention, yet it's more common than better-known diseases and has serious consequences. Fortunately, once diagnosed, the treatment is simple and inexpensive.
March 2012

Talking points on palliative care address public, patients

Clarifying its scope would help the profession move forward, according to speakers at a recent conference.
June 2011

Changing antibiotic prescribing not a one-step process

This month's Conference Coverage section brings you news from the American Diabetes Association's annual meeting, held earlier this year in Philadelphia.
September 2012

Major shift in thinking about cognitive impairment

Because neurocognitive decline can have a variety of etiologies, a new definition by the DSM-5 defined mild cognitive impairment as a syndrome, and then drilled down to its etiology.
July 2019

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