With autism rates at 1 in 150, you can be absolutely sure you have patients with autism in your practice. Practical tips ease transitions from pediatric care into adulthood, and easier ways to examine, care for and understand autistic patients.
Eccentricities and efficiencies make North Dakota rise to the top quartiles of health care rankings for access, quality, use, equity and outcomes.
A digest of this month's issue, including the launching of our new Web site, women and heart disease, and how the “nice” people in North Dakota achieved better health care through cooperation.
In two cases, a patient's use of key words led to anchoring errors in diagnosing an abdominal aortic aneurism and a classic case of intermittent claudication.
A reader responds to a previous column that addresses how health care providers handle life-saving medical treatment despite no hope for recovery.
Melanoma rate shave been rising, and while genetic tests are available for high-risk patients, a family history is a better way to identify patients who need potentially life-saving surveillance.
Internists need to keep elected officials on-track for reforming health care.
Align physician reimbursement to compensate for the best possible patient care coordination.
More than 44 million Americans care for an adult family member or friend. Physicians often discuss patient care with these people and may bill appropriately.
An internist/blogger creates a talk-show format for his podcasts to link internists with one another.
The latest recalls, warnings, label changes and approvals from the Food and Drug Administration.
The Nominations Committee of the American College of Physicians places nominations for President-elect, regents, and others.