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Mobile apps no ‘magic pill’ for maintaining health

Health maintenance and lifestyle apps could reach a new generation of patients, but there are challenges that could limit their overall success.
1 Oct 2015

Start preparing now for ICD-10's looming requirements

The new code set is much larger and will impact not only office staff but vendors. It's now time to start preparing for the transition, which is closer than you think.
1 Mar 2011

Millennials, the same doctors in a changed environment

Some older physicians may peg millennials as entitled, self-centered, and lazy, lacking the dogged passion for medicine of generations before them. But those who teach them say that behavioral differences among this group may have more to do with environmental and individual factors than generational ones.
1 Oct 2016

Nonspecific symptoms may have a very specific cause

This issue covers topics including management of lupus, the effect of telemedicine on primary care practice, and new approaches to treating Clostridium difficile.
1 Nov 2014

Mobile devices offer advantages, challenges

Internists are piecing together technology to improve their practice management, but too many pieces are more of a puzzle than a picture. All the new devices ultimately need to lead to better care, the experts urge.
1 Apr 2012

Regents hear two sides of applying medical home concept

The Board of Regents recently brought in two experts to talk about how the patient-centered medical home actually works in practice in a first-ever Regents meeting debate.
1 Oct 2009

11 myths busted about ICD-10 implementation

Learn more about how the new coding system will play out in your offices, and 11 ways that it won't.
1 Oct 2013

Editor's Note: Small-practice series highlights day-to-day struggles

Small-practice series highlights day-to-day stuggles.
1 Jun 2008

1945-1954: ACP and other organizations find their niches

ACP's fourth decade started with the restoration of pre-World War II programs that had been suspended, as well as struggles with more philosophical issues.
1 Apr 2015

Continuous glucose monitoring—a good fit for primary care?

Continuous glucose monitoring is a complex task, even for physicians. Internists will have to step in to help endocrinologists manage the rising population of type 1 diabetics.
1 Oct 2010

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