theft.”. [Editor's note: The rule was originally to take effect May 1; the FTC announced it would delay enforcement on April 30. ... Debra Lansey is Associate for Regulatory and Insurer Affairs in ACP's Washington, D.C.
Internal medicine in Nepal is only about 50 years old, so the residency program represents an exciting step forward, said the Nepali and U.S. ... Sincerely,. Jennifer Kearney-Strouse. Executive Editor, ACP Internist.
Meanwhile, most others who aren't so sure about vitamin D's long-term effects urge caution and moderation. ... It's essential, experts say, to treat the whole person rather than just the disease.
That's now changing, as master's programs focusing specifically on quality have begun cropping up across the country. ... Next month's issue will feature our wrapup of coverage from Internal Medicine 2010, held in April in Toronto.
few. Attendance this year exceeded 6,000 physicians from the U.S. and other countries. ... Sincerely,. Janet Colwell. Editor.
However, physicians visited by the ACP's Center for Practice Innovation agreed that the eventual benefits are worth the time and money invested.
Two frequently missed diagnosesâ”intimate partner violence and SjÃgren's syndromeâ”are the focus of this month's issue. ... Write to us anytime. Sincerely,. Janet Colwell. Editor.
It's not always clear, however, what an adequate system might look like. ... What's not quite clear yet, though, is the place they have in medicine.
Also, Paula S. Katz provides highlights from Digestive Disease Week, held last May and June in Chicago. ... This issue is my first as editor of ACP Internist, and I'm excited to help continue the good work we've done so far.
A round-up of this issue's articles on hospital integration, coordinating stroke care and the dangers of herbal supplements. ... It's important to know what to look for when a hospital wants to make a deal.