A recent Annals of Internal Medicine article on risk communication highlighted the critical role of the physician in influencing patients' treatment decisions.
The American consumer seems to be growing weary of TV ads for erectile dysfunction drugs.
Geriatrician and author Robert Butler, MD, has long been involved in activities that have changed the way the U.S. medical establishment and the public view aging.
Stagnating incomes encourage some primary care physicians to add botulinum toxin injections and chemical peels to their menu of services.
Despite the information-sharing benefits of an EHR, many physicians are reluctant to invest in this technology.
Computer screen can be barrier between doctor and patient.
Engaging patients in managing their own chronic diseases can be the key to helping them achieve their goals and improve outcomes.
Susan R. Miller, RN, suspected that business was being lost during the office's peak calling periods. So she did a study.
It wasn't cancer or a broken bone, but it was a nagging problem that wouldn't go away: The Case of the Burning Lips.
Which White House hopefuls are listening to ACP's options.
The newly elected Democratic majority that took charge of Congress last January promised an ambitious health care agenda.