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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? ...

ICD-10 will require more precision in documenting visits | ACP ...

... Q: We are hearing new rumors that ICD-10 implementation will be delayed again. ... Q: Is the switch to ICD-10-CM diagnosis coding really required? ...

Well-being assessment considers more than physical health ...

... they usually feel. In contrast, Jason Q. Purnell, PhD, MPH, assistant professor at Washington University in St. Louis and ...

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. ...

Value-based payments a new source of reimbursement ...

... understand. Q: What does the VBP program consist of? ... 2015). Q: How will the VBPM be applied to physician practices? ...

Risk of financial abuse in elders should draw internists' ...

... Q: Why should internists be concerned with financial abuse? ... Q: Do you know which way the cause-and-effect works in that association? ...

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. ...

QD: News Every Day--Haiti's impact : ACP Internist

New 2 Script. ACP. ACP Internist: ...

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