June 2nd 2023
Study finds no clinically important differences regardless of condition or severity
Other sectors grow as president, GOP debate U.S. economic strength.
June 1st 2023
Lack of funding, strict eligibility requirements are barriers to enrollment in existing assistance programs
May 31st 2023
New coalition provides steps members can take to end racial injustice in health care
May 30th 2023
Lack of availability may hamper efforts to combat opioid-related deaths
Patient histories: How computers help
Computerized history-taking gives you more details--with less work for you and your staff.
Are you a workaholic?
Most physicians work hard, but do you work compulsively? If so, here's what to do about it.
Taming the difficult patient
Your colleagues share their secrets for defusing hostility, coaxing compliance, and allaying anxiety.
How plaintiffs' lawyers pick their targets
Two top malpractice attorneys explain why some physicians are more likely to get sued. Basically, its a business decision, but some personal factors--like a doctors arrogance or poor bedside manner--can also weigh heavily.
The doctor who taught me how not to treat patients
As a resident, the author discovered that clinical skills aren't all there is to medicine.
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