Cusi said. “If they have increased cardiovascular risk but liver enzymes are elevated, many times primary care doctors stop their statins, which is very bad. … ... We should encourage primary care doctors to keep them on a statin, at least on the
Insurance Companies Should Pay Primary Care Physicians More. This post by Kevin Pho, ACP Member appeared at Better Health. ... Government officials and health insurers pay constant lip service to the importance of primary care.
QD: News Every Day--How the primary care shortage plays out. ACP Internist looks at how states are using grants to fix their primary care shortages. ... Alaska also needs primary care doctors, so the state senate is pushing through recruiting incentives
Primary care tops locum tenens requests. The front page of today's Wall Street Journal has a story on the rising demand for temp surgeons in the face of a nationwide ... According to a survey by national locum tenens company Staff Care, primary care
Let's quit admiring the problem of financial conflicts of interest and the primary care labor shortage. ... Primary care has been decimated and the RUC is to blame, pure and simple.
on racial and ethnic disparities in health care and on hate crimes as a public health issue. ... practices and FAQs and an infographic for patients, to help ambulatory practices safely resume care.
QD: News Every Day--Novel approaches to fill primary care needs. New primary care arrangements show how primary care is evolving--or splitting apart, depending upon one's perspective. ... Even pharmacists are getting in on primary care. Blue Shield of
Researchers at Dartmouth Medical School created a model of a young primary care physician's finances. ... A monthly budget can leave a newly minted primary care doctor $800 in the hole each month.
Charlotte Huff examines different strategies for making patient self-management work in a primary care office. ... As with eating disorders, primary care physicians can often be the first ones to notice a problem.
Miller. The state's outpatient care systems are typically also low on money and staff, which inspires more cooperation. ... Under the pilot, primary care physicians referred diabetes patients to an in-house disease management nurse for help managing