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Physicians Practice: 4 Strategies to Enhance Physician-Administrator Relations | Feature

The author of this article is Mark Birmingham, DPM, a podiatric surgeon who practices with a multi-specialty group in Colorado and a member of the Physicians Practice Advisory Board.

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Kicking the Referral Habit | Feature

  “I can do that?” During a recent morning practice session, a resident presented a patient who had several episodes of syncope, which culminated in a trip

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Physicians Practice: 7 Ways for Doctors to Relax | Feature

The author of this article is Eric Sprey, associate editor at Physicians Practice. Consciously choosing to have a positive outlook on life may improve your mood. It

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Results: Majority of People Think You Should Not Respond to Comments on Social Media | Feature

The world of social media – good or bad – has given everyone with a computer or smartphone a platform and a voice. In the healthcare world,

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CME/CE: Preparing to Be a Good Samaritan | Feature

Many emergency physicians (EPs) can expect to provide Good Samaritan care during their careers, but EPs could be better prepared by carrying a kit with supplies and medications that are most likely to be used in such events.

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Finding Telemedicine’s Niche | Medical Blog

There are certainly times where I probably don’t need to make a patient physically come in to the office. As part of trying to figure out where

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Blood Test That Measures Protein Levels Can Determine Which Medication to Take to Overcome Depression | News Brief

In what could normally be a guessing game to prescribe medication for depression, doctors can now use a new tool based on a blood test.

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Quality of the Inpatient Experience at US Children’s Hospitals | News Brief

According to a survey, pediatric inpatient family experience scores vary across hospitals, showing room for improved communications and more family engagement in safety.

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Physicians Practice: Discharging Problem Patients | Feature

  The authors of this article are Rodney K. Adams, JD, a healthcare attorney with LeClairRyan in Virginia, and Lucien W. Roberts, III, MHA, FACMPE, the administrator

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How to Respond to Negative Social Media Postings | Feature

How should a doctor respond to negative, untrue, or even false postings on Facebook, Twitter, YELP or other social media?

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Team Of Expert Doctors Examining Medical Reports at Hospital

The Benefits of Utilizing Physician Assistants | Feature

The author of this article is Amy Wright, PA-C. She did a clinical rotation with Joseph A. Girgis, MD, at Superior Medical Care when she was a

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Preparing to Be a Good Samaritan | Feature

Many emergency physicians (EPs) can expect to provide Good Samaritan care during their careers, but EPs could be better prepared by carrying a kit with supplies and medications that are most likely to be used in such events.

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Physicians Practice: Embracing Email With Patients | Feature

The author of this article is Tom Furr, who founded PatientPay, a healthcare payment solutions company. The healthcare industry is undergoing major changes in how, when, and

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Study Finds Little Consistency in Doctor Reviews on Three Physician Rating Websites | News Brief

Researchers analyzed data from the websites: Healthgrades.com, Vitals.com and Ratemds.com. When looking for a doctor, many consumers turn to websites that post physician ratings and reviews. A

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How Aspirin Can Be Used to Help Fight Cancer | News Brief

Studies abound that point to a role for plain old aspirin in keeping deadly cancers at bay. While aspirin is not yet part of mainstream treatment for

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Many Physicians Choose Insomnia Meds Based on Habit Rather Than Patient’s Symptoms, Medical History | News Brief

Clinical decision-making and treatment choice is a complex cognitive process influenced by multiple variables, report researchers. Clinical decision-making is a complex process, driven by multiple factors, including

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Team Of Expert Doctors Examining Medical Reports at Hospital

The Recruiter’s View: Physician Leaders Must Think Hard about Soft Skills | Feature

Five steps emerging physician leaders take. Physicians are often considered natural born leaders, as medical training historically has required autonomy and focused on the needs of “one

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Study: Online-Only Pharmacies That Don’t Require Prescriptions Could Be Helping to Fuel Antibiotic Resistance | News Brief

Antibiotics are illegally available without prescription on 45 per cent of online pharmacy websites surveyed, scientists have found. The researchers from Imperial College London analysed 20 pharmacies

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Parenting During Residency | Feature

Medical residents have historically delayed becoming a parent during residency due to conflicting demands despite being at an age when many people start families. Not starting a

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4 Ways to Improve Patient Flow and Avoid Scheduling Problems | Feature

The author of this article is Judy Capko, a practice management consultant with Capko & Morgan. Scheduling problems are a common practice-wide issue, but here are some

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