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Take a lean approach to physician burnoutA methodology that revolutionized the motor industry is being used to prevent physician burnout.
HCV screening common but follow-up lacking in young opioid usersMore effort needed to integrate screening with follow-up care to prevent spread of the virus.
The problem with lack of emphasis on primary care in healthcare
The problem with lack of emphasis on primary care in healthcarePrimary care physicians expressed little surprise at the findings of a recent Commonwealth Fund report that determined the United States spends more than any other high-income country on healthcare, yet it has the widest gaps in the quality of the care received.
3 tips for negotiating value-based contractsPhysicians can best prepare for success by working with payers on the right parameters.
The problem with diploma mills in medicine
The problem with diploma mills in medicinePerils of Replacing Physicians with Non-Physician Providers, Part 2
This is why gun violence is a public health problem
This is why gun violence is a public health problemACP's president, Jack Ende, outlines his organization's stance not against guns, but rather firearm violence.
How to reduce patient no-showsFour solutions to an age-old problem
Top 6 resolutions for physicians in 2018
Top 6 resolutions for physicians in 2018From personal goals to practice improvements, primary care physicians weigh in with their goals for the new year.
9 ways to combat physician suicide
9 ways to combat physician suicidePamela Wible, MD, has dedicated herself to raising awareness about this issue and changing the conditions that lead so many physicians to take their own lives. Here's what Wible says physicians can do about the suicide issue to help themselves and others.
Penalizing doctors for pharma ties is a misguided overreach of powerSometimes when trying to fix one problem, you end up creating many, many more.