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Readers respond on patient-centered care, health care reform

Readers tell the College about their fears and hopes for the patient-centered medical home, as others fancifully reimagine how health care could be reconstructed. More

Readers react to ACP Internist Coverage

PSA tests, fibromyalgia and reconsidering clinical impressions are discussed and debated by ACP members. More

Letters to the Editor
Readers consider recent articles on futile cases, autism and payment reform. More

Letter to the Editor
A reader reacts to ethics surrounding civilian and war-time prisoner containment.
September ’08

Primary care’s primacy
A College Fellow updates his peers on efforts to recoup money from a pharmacy benefit management company for filling out prior authorization forms. More

Letters to the Editor
Readers react to the generation gap in internal medicine, and other issues
June ’08

Letters to the Editor
Readers react to lawsuit over prior authorization requests
May '08

Letters to the Editor
Kudos for cosmetics and for ACP’s Women in Medicine project
April ’08

Letters to the Editor
Addressing credentials in internal medicine, and taking issue with cosmetic procedures
March ’08

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