Stubbs, FACP, (second from left) among others, as she announced a bill to preserve primary care. ... Maria Cantwell (D-WA) in sponsoring the primary care legislation, Ms. Schwartz said.
99234: Level One observation or inpatient hospital care, with admission and discharge on the same date;. ... 99235: Level Two observation or inpatient hospital care, with admission and discharge on the same date;.
Internal medicine advocates hoped to take advantage of the timing to garner support for primary care payment reform. ... Maria Cantwell (D-WA) in sponsoring the primary care legislation, Ms. Schwartz said.
Having an ongoing source of indentured physicians only perpetuates the mismanagement and mistreatment of primary care physicians in settings where there is high physician turnover. ... A far better approach is to offer loan repayment for primary care
If you go back 15 to 20 years it was relatively rare to start antidepressants in the primary care setting. ... Dispel worries that the primary care physician is not the right person to discuss and treat depression.
Primary care internists are supposed to be the tip of the spear. ... It's clearly shown that, not internists specifically, but primary care physicians do a particularly poor job of treating certain nonantibiotic-treated infections with antibiotics," said
Pay attention! Primary care faces a shortage. NBC devoted prime time news coverage to the shortage of primary care physicians, and interviewed residents on why they're not pursuing primary care.
The doctors told real-life anecdotes to convince politicians of primary care's precarious situation. ... Kerry. The legislators expressed familiarity and concern with the crisis of primary care.
Experts in the field provide a blueprint for how primary care physicians should approach hypertension in clinical practice, given the differing guidance. ... Also, read a Q&A with Edward H. “Ted” Parks, MD, the author of a new book on orthopedics in
In April, nearly half of Medicare primary care visits were provided via telehealth, compared with fewer than 1% of in February, according to a July HHS report. ... Even at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, which already had its own