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'Discontinued' medications a problem when using EHRs | ACP ...

... Q: What's causing this problem? ... Q: In your study, medications that were discontinued still ended up being dispensed 1.5% of the time, correct? ...

Five questions that may decide success of health care reform ...

... Q: 1. Will the premiums offered through the marketplaces be affordable? ... Q: 3. Will it be easy enough for people to sign up? ...

Quality reporting offers 'pick your pace' participation | ACP ...

... Quality reporting is a critical component of the Quality Payment Program created by the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 ...

Answering questions about coding for ACA-mandated ...

... Q: What preventive medical services are now covered? ... Q: What about preventive services that don't receive an “A” or “B” rating? ...

President's Message Archives | ACP Internist

... In medicine, internists need to mind not just their "P's and Q's" but their "P's and M's," that is, evidence-based practice and evidence-based medicine ...

What's your malpractice risk? Depends on your specialty ...

... policymakers. Q: Art 1 What led you to study this topic? ... specialty. Q: What additional information did you gain from doing the NEJM study? ...

Pilot program offers a road map for PCMH model of care | ACP ...

... Q: For participating practices, what changes did being in the pilot involve? ... Q: What effects did you see on the patients from these efforts? ...

Notes on Kalydeco, the new cystic fibrosis drug : ACP Internist

... It's located on human chromosome 7 at q (long arm) 31.2, and encodes an ABC (ATP-binding cassette) type ion transporter protein. ...

Click here for important new guidelines! : ACP Internist

... ("Cerumen is a beneficial, self-cleaning agent, with protective, lubricating (emollient), and antibacterial properties.") Q-tips are bad. ...

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