Funny bone: Loan forgiveness
Loan forgiveness programs can prove difficult to navigate.
Physicians cannot control patients’ illicit opioid use
Doctors risk being blamed for the unknown percentage of patients at risk of addiction and overdose, regardless of what we do, regardless of how prevalent abuse may be in a community.
Physicians should be on the lookout for debt scams
Physicians are prime targets for scams, with large medical school debt and potential for high salaries
Treating migraines in primary care
Take this eight-question quiz to determine if your practice is utilizing the latest information on migraine drugs.
Reduce the burden sooner rather than later.
Your voice: Portals producing more tasks for overworked physicians
Letters from our readers
When debt derails physicians, we all lose
If medical debt keeps diverting doctors away from primary care, the projected shortage will grow exponentially.
5 reasons why communication breaks down during care transitions
Breakdowns in communication happen frequently in healthcare. Here’s why as well as some solutions.
The one question to get to the heart of a patient’s true concern
The first-place winner of the 2018 Physician Writing Contest urges her peers to look at the motivating fears behind patient visits for clarity.
When a patient’s request is ‘pray with me’
The second-place winner of the 2018 Physician Writing Contest reflects on various ways doctors can be present for their patients.
Physician frustration can lead to a better treatment path
The third-place winner of the 2018 Physician Writing Contest learned three key lessons in interacting with one of her patients, Rebekah.
5 tips to negotiate favorable payer contracts
Commercial payers don’t automatically reward physicians for being loyal members of their networks.
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