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The Power of Easy Access: Feeling Safe & Secure

Improving and simplifying the lines of communication between patients and providers can help patients feel more safe, secure, and confident with their care. How easy is...

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Condition Spotlight: COPD

A collection of feature articles, study abstracts, and other resources all focused on COPD.

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Condition Spotlight: Prostate Cancer

A collection of feature articles, study abstracts, and other resources all focused on prostate cancer.

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Condition Spotlight: Crohn's & Colitis

A collection of feature articles, study abstracts, and additional resources all focused on Crohn’s disease and colitis.

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Condition Spotlight: Iron Deficiency & Heart Failure

A collection of feature articles, study abstracts, and other resources all focused on Iron Deficiency & Heart Failure.

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How Will the FTC Ban on Noncompete Agreements Affect the Healthcare Sector?

by | Jun 25, 2024 | Business of Medicine,Finance | 0 Comments

The FTC banned noncompete agreements and predicts this change will raise competition and business growth nationwide. How will it affect the healthcare sector? On April...

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Confident Your Patients Get the Best Care? You Might be Surprised How Care Can Improve

by | Jun 18, 2024 | Business of Medicine,Practice Management | 0 Comments

Patient-centered care can still be improved, with prioritization of convenience, accessibility and communication from the physician. Picture a future where patients...

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7 Things You Need to Know About LGBTQ+ Healthcare

by | Jun 13, 2024 | Business of Medicine,Medical Ethics,Practice Management | 0 Comments

To celebrate Pride Month, here are the seven LGBTQ+ health topics physicians should know about from Drs. McDonald and Nass’s conversation. Physician’s Weekly editorial...

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How to Identify a Patient Looking to File a Malpractice Suit

by | Jun 11, 2024 | Business of Medicine,Medical Law | 0 Comments

Malpractice suits are commonplace today. Some patients file lawsuits for any perceived inadequacy, but physicians can identify signs of litigious behavior. Whether...

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How Physicians Can Stop “Rat Snacking” to Eat Healthier on the Job

by | Jun 3, 2024 | Business of Medicine | 0 Comments

Physicians' odd hours make healthy snacking tough, often leading to "rat snacking." Instead, physicians should prioritize their health when making food choices....

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10 Predictions From the Beginning of 2024: Are They Still True?

by | May 28, 2024 | Business of Medicine | 0 Comments

In the Physician’s Weekly (PW) podcast‘s first episode of 2024, host Rachel Giles, MD, and PW editorial board member Alex McDonald, MD, discussed their perspectives on...

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How Physicians Can Safeguard Their Finances in the Event of Personal Illness or Injury

by | May 20, 2024 | Business of Medicine,Finance | 0 Comments

Dr. Kristin Fuller describes how she navigated short-term disability, and the best insurance policies for physicians needing long-term disability benefits. In any...

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Why Telehealth Is a Poor Vehicle for Quality Healthcare

by | May 13, 2024 | Business of Medicine,Practice Management | 0 Comments

Telehealth, although a convenient service for patients, provides physicians with new diagnosis challenges. Unforeseen challenges for patients and providers burdened...

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Reframing Collections as a Continual Process Can Cut Back on Bad Debt

by | May 7, 2024 | Business of Medicine,Finance,Practice Management,Revenue | 0 Comments

Healthcare professionals should reframe collections as a continual process that commences before treatment instead of considering them one-off events. Though they may...

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Vortioxetine’s impact on the autonomic nervous system in depressed children and adolescents: analysis of the heart rate variability.

Vortioxetine’s impact on the autonomic nervous system in depressed children and adolescents: analysis of the heart rate variability.

Relationship between depressive disorder and autonomic nervous system has been already discussed. Reduced emotional regulation is supposed to be associated with prefrontal hypofunction and subcortical hyperactivity. The aim of this study was to determine the effect...

In vitro fermentation end-products and rumen microbiome as influenced by microencapsulated phytonutrient pellets (LEDRAGON) supplementation.

In vitro fermentation end-products and rumen microbiome as influenced by microencapsulated phytonutrient pellets (LEDRAGON) supplementation.

The objective of this study was to investigate the effect of microencapsulated bioactive compounds from lemongrass mixed dragon fruit peel pellet (MiEn-LEDRAGON) supplementation on fermentation characteristics, nutrient degradability, methane production, and the...

Diet-induced changes in the jejunal microbiota of developing broilers reduce the abundance of Enterococcus hirae and Enterococcus faecium.

Diet-induced changes in the jejunal microbiota of developing broilers reduce the abundance of Enterococcus hirae and Enterococcus faecium.

Modern broiler breeds allow for high feed efficiency and rapid growth, which come at a cost of increased susceptibility to pathogens and disease. Broiler growth rate, feed efficiency, and health are affected by the composition of the gut microbiota, which in turn...

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