A rheumatologist with 25 years of fibromyalgia research experience questions the current paradigm surrounding the elusive illness.
A summary of approvals, recalls, warnings and alerts from the Food and Drug Administration.
Breast cancer survivors often drift away from their primary care provider—sometimes for years. A shared care model could help these women head off the other diseases that may also affect them, such as hypertension or diabetes.
Would you make the same diagnosis in a 50-year-old patient that you would in an 80-year-old? This and a vague history led one internist to press for a better answer to a patient's anemia and SED rate.
Electronic medical records are slowly pushing out the family history, eliminating valuable diagnostic information. But a free tool offers an easy way to restore important details to a clinician's files.
In the midst of an economic recession and escalating health care costs, the College develops directions and solutions for health care reform.
A large number of Americans favor health care reform, which could help the new President as he seeks to overcome mandates, taxes and pay cuts.
A chief medical officer with Medicare explains how the agency listened to doctors to improve and made easier a program that promises more reimbursement for the care you're already delivering to your patients.
New rules treat doctors' offices like banks and credit card companies, holding them responsible for identity theft the same way they're responsible for patient privacy.
Federal regulations require doctors' offices to set up written procedures to protect against identity theft. Practice pearls outline steps to follow to comply with the new law.
At this year’s Internal Medicine meeting, ACP presented Evergreen Awards to 10 Chapters.