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Medicaid expansion raises questions, challenges

However, although Medicaid expansion was intended to be mandatory, the Supreme Court's 2012 ruling on the ACA in effect rendered expansion voluntary, leaving states to decide whether they want to ... 1, and it's likely that physicians have already been
October 2013

HPV vaccination now impacts practice later

in partnership with McGraw-Hill, in a Q&A with its primary editor, Sylvia McKean, MD, FACP. ... Sincerely,. Jennifer Kearney-Strouse. Executive Editor, ACP Internist.
February 2017

Internists interacting with retail clinics

For example, MinuteClinic's list of services includes monitoring for diabetes, hypercholesterolemia, and hypertension. ... Editor's Note: Dr. McLean's statements do not necessarily reflect official policies of ACP.
February 2016

Hepatitis C diagnosis, treatment changing rapidly

It's a new year, 2015, which is also the year of ACP's centennial. ... And every issue of ACP Internist this year will include an article that highlights each of ACP's 10 decades.
January 2015

Physicians pushing back on burnout

may think it's unnecessary because they have all the time in the world. ... Sincerely,. Jennifer Kearney-Strouse. Executive Editor, ACP Internist.
November 2016

Nonspecific symptoms may have a very specific cause

It's even become more common for patients to be able to consult with their primary care physicians via e-mail or other online methods. ... In College news, ACP's President, David A. Fleming, MD, MA, MACP, discusses the importance of our international
November 2014

Internal Medicine 2014 tackles medical errors, EHRs, and more

Internal Medicine 2014 was held in April in Orlando, Fla., and as always, ACP Internist's staff was on hand to provide daily updates. ... There's also advice on perioperative medication management and how to incorporate cultural competence when caring
June 2014

Incentives research must balance carrots and sticks

Change is hard, and maintaining change can be even harder. It's well known that even the most motivated patient can have a difficult time sticking to a healthy eating plan ... Please also meet ACP's new President, Nitin S. Damle, MD, FACP, and read his
May 2016

Retail clinics increasingly popular option

Retail clinics have become a growing part of the U.S. health care landscape over the past few years, with a projected number of 3,000 nationwide this year. ... Our conference coverage is from the American Epilepsy Society's annual meeting, held in
February 2016

Managing gluten sensitivity can mean managing patient expectations

The first consideration in dealing with this situation, experts say, is to try to rule out other conditions that could be causing a patient's GI symptoms, including wheat allergy, celiac ... It's also key to ask patients questions about their diet to
September 2014

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