COVID-19 may foster innovation in primary care as physicians describe various strategies to reconnect with patients, such as leveraging telemedicine visits to also explain the practice's coronavirus-related safety protocols, or systematically reviewing their panels to flag at-risk patients.
A case regarding the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is scheduled for oral arguments on Nov. 10.
The economic benefits of changing the clocks twice a year are miniscule and need to be weighed against increased motor vehicle accidents and the increased rate of myocardial infarction following the time change.
Physicians face choices as they find themselves caring for a family member or friend: coordinator, interpreter, and advocate.
A 51-year-old man is evaluated in the emergency department for a 12-hour history of fever, chills, headache, and weakness. He works on his farm in Maine and spends a considerable part of most days outside, but he is not aware of any tick or mosquito bites. Following a physical exam and lab studies, a blood smear from this patient is most likely to show which of the following abnormalities?
The Governance Committee of the American College of Physicians places in nomination candidates for College governance.