From the October 1998 issue:
- College makes headway in fighting end-of-life bill
- Making sense of Medicare+Choice
HCFA's new managed care options confusing patients and doctors
- New rules for regulating residents?
A call for tighter oversight of housestaff has some educators worried
- Building better patient notes by using templates
- What the growth of tiny computers means for medicine
Competition among personal digital assistants means new choices for physicians trying to stay organized
- Health care hazards: steering clear of needle sticks
Universal precautions and keeping track of your sharps can help prevent deadly accidents
- PSOs: Can they survive competition from Medicare HMOs?
- Obituaries: Paul O. Hagemann, FACP, Wesley M. Oler, FACP and Sven M. Gundersen, FACP
- Chapter meetings
- CME Bulletin Board
- Guest Column
How controlling your money can help more than your finances
- New series to help physicians address end-of-life care issues
- News briefs
- Washington Perspective
Why grassroots advocacy is the key to power in Washington
- Policy Briefs
- Frand and Abuse Update
- How HHS defines fraud and abuse
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