A case study examines how a hospitalist handled confusing and conflicting demands placed by a do-not-resuscitate order.
When Lawrence Smith, FACP, was a medical resident in the 1970s, it was commonly assumed among his peers that getting ahead required long hours and hard work, often at the expense of a personal life.
The early results from the Human Genome Project suggested that humans are at first glance genetically less complex than a mustard plant.
Fourth in a six-part series on small practice issues.
There are three new codes for providing E/M over the telephone and one new code for E/M services provided via Internet resources
Second in a three-part series: Simple ways to engage patients in their own health care
Barrett’s esophagus, which is associated with chronic gastroesophageal reflux disease and is sometimes a precursor to cancer.
Washington, D.C., is lending not just a location but also a theme to many of the offerings at Internal Medicine 2008.
Every spring, contingents of ACP members from around the country converge on Capitol Hill for Leadership Day.
New sights and sounds will greet visitors to the Herbert S. Waxman Clinical Skills Center
Things to do in DC while you're at Internal Medicine 2008.
Musically inclined ACP members will juggle their schedules at Internal Medicine 2008
Griffin P. Rodgers, MACP
Warnings, recalls, label changes, and approvals.
At the drive-up pharmacy, you hear the woman complaining about the size of her Lipitor co-payment. Then you spy a half-eaten Big Mac languishing on her dashboard.
Do generational differences affect presidential politics?
Achieving consensus on complicated policy issues to produce meaningful, evidence-based policy presents a significant challenge for large membership organizations like ACP.