Matthew Taylor, MD, PhD, director of adult clinical genetics at the University of Colorado Denver, recommends the following online genetics resources for clinicians.
https://acpinternist.org/weekly/archives/2015/12/08/5.htm. Online resources are available to help physicians and health care professionals ensure that patients receive the correct immunizations in accordance with ... Several resources are available to
Any drugs that are unused or left over represent wasted healthcare resources and often lost opportunities to treat,” said Dr. ... Internat. , 2008, 34(8):1157-1169; available online.
The American College of Radiology offers several ways to access its criteria for appropriate imaging online. ... More information, including a guidance document for safe magnetic resonance imaging and a white paper on radiation dose in medicine, is also
While Dr. Soung noted that incorporating aids into the electronic health record would save time, for now they are typically available on paper and online. ... Dr. Cox recommended creating a list of five to 10 favorite decision aids to have available in
Regulatory Rules and Practice Compliance, with resources to help track important dates for regulatory, payment, and delivery system requirements. ... Enhance Patient Care, with online resources and tools to provide high-value patient care.
Migraines are a seemingly simple complaint for patients, but a diagnostic challenge for internists, who have to sort through the symptoms and potential causes. Sometimes, the treatment regimens are just as complex as the condition itself.
ACP has updated its online resources with information on health care topics that have the potential to gain attention during the 2016 presidential election. ... The resources offer a breakdown on critical issues, a detailed description of ACP's policy on
The Practical Playbook has released its first textbook, “The Practical Playbook: Public Health and Primary Care,” which includes content from its online resources. ... Case studies, practical recommendations, data resources, and commentaries from
But for medical topics, Wikipedia and similar online resources are usually best avoided, he and other experts said. ... Much better online resources are available,” said Dr. Lipson, who blogs about medical issues at WhiteCoatUnderground.com and