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Letters from our readers
Cryptocurrency: good investment or financial disaster?
Is investing in cryptocurrency something to avoid or are physicians missing out on a prime investment opportunity if they don’t give it a try?
The quest to find affordable insulin for patients
9 strategies physicians can use to help their patients with diabetes improve access to this vital medication.
How to sell your medical practice
Not every practice has value, nor does every seller try to sell their practice properly.
What association health plans mean for physicians and their patients
Trump’s rule may lead to AHPs offering less comprehensive coverage than current plans, experts predict.
Coding case study: hypothyroidism and radiculopathy
Check out the following scenario and see if you can choose the correct codes.
Here are six ways to better protect yourself and your practice.
As physicians, we often see what we want to see
A runner-up of the 2018 Physician Writing Contest shares why it's important to really see patients.
Reducing physician burnout starts with increasing advocacy
Advocacy takes time-a rarity for physicians. But there are five simple ways to advocate for needed healthcare changes.
Direct primary care: three key consequences of dropping payers
Running a DPC practice means excluding third-party payments, which in turn means better patient satisfaction for our services.
Telehealth and the law: how policy shapes the marketplace
Despite the benefits of telehealth to consumers, laws designed to protect state healthcare providers and patients often stand in the way.
Facility fees: the farce everyone pays for
Because CMS can’t and Congress won’t get rid of hospital-based facility fees, doctors and patients must take action.
4 reasons two-factor authentication isn’t a silver bullet
Two methods are better than one, but nothing is foolproof to stop eager hackers.
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