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Letters to the Editor Readers take issue with recent coverage of health care reform, a profile on Cuba's health care system, and the promise that electronic ... Association I took a group of 50 individuals interested in
November 2010

Letters to the Editor Readers respond on a variety of issues, and Richard J. ... First, there's an ironic juxtaposition of one of the cover stories, “Taking team care from policy to practice,” with the lengthy letter
March 2014

Letters to the Editor Readers react to ACP Internist's coverage, offering more resources for alcohol screening and ways to rethink first-line treatment for hypertension. ... In my role as a medical advisor to the
April 2013

Letters to the Editor Physicians will bear the costs of the update to ICD-10; population studies need to apply their predictive value to individual patients; health ... Currently there is widespread antagonism generated
September 2009

Letters to the Editor Readers respond about retail clinic guidelines and EMRs. Retail based health clinics have expanded nationally (over 2,000) with plans to open hundreds ... B.P. Rajesh, ACP Member. St. Johns, Mich.
January 2008

Letters to the Editor Readers respond about SGR fix, sinusitis approaches, and hospitalist##ndash;physician communication. ... I thank Dr. Kinsman [“Letters to the Editor: Fed up with SGR, “ ACP Internist, January 2011
March 2011

Letters to the Editor Readers tell the College about their fears and hopes for the patient-centered medical home, as others fancifully reimagine how health care could ... Sharad Swami, FACP. Clinton, Okla. William C.
June 2009

Letters to the Editor

is finally getting a clue to the impending collapse of primary care, and somehow one of our very own totally missed the boat. ... Unbelievable! Jacqueline W. Fincher, FACP. Thomson, Ga. Editor's note: After ACP InternistWeekly highlighted the GAO's report
March 2008

Letters to the Editor Readers respond to the ACP Internist cover story that questioned the value of the annual physical exam. ... Yul Ejnes, FACP. Cranston, R.I. EDITOR’S NOTE: Dr. Ejnes is a College Regent and chair of
March 2010

Letters to the Editor Opinions on pharmacy benefit managers, imaging, ethics and primary care. ... The escalating volume of PBM letters and facsimiles into our offices, demanding attention, interferes with our ability to
July 2008

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