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Caring for patients in the shadows

pay. Our story offers advice on caring for undocumented patients in today's climate, including tips on establishing cultural competency and building rapport. ... Sincerely,. Jennifer Kearney-Strouse. Executive Editor.
October 2018

ACP President: Not Enough Americans Have Been Vaccinated Against H1N1 Flu

Editor's note: Val Jones, MD, guest authored this post, which originally appeared on her blog, Better Health. ... Dr. Val: What's your take home message for Americans entering this new year?
April 2020

What role should a 21st century physician play?

Editor's Note: Steve Simmons, ACP Member, posted this blog entry originally at Better Health. ... Some patients in the 21st century approach "modern" healthcare with the same expectations I bring into a deli for lunch: "I'd like the sinus infection with
April 2020

Do hospitalists improve or detract from quality of care?

Do hospitalists improve or detract from quality of care? Editor’s Note: This column originally appeared in 2 parts at MD Whistleblower.]. ... Here’s the upside. • Hospitalists provide superior hospital care because of their training and experience.
April 2020

QD: News Every Day--logistics stymie getting medical care into Haiti

The group's deputy operations manager describes his group's disaster response operations. ... had. (Boston University Today). Editor's Note: QD: News Every Day will not be published on Jan.
April 2020

Look to the community to bolster patient care

Read Dr. Bryan's take on Osler's influence on medicine and what he would think of the field today. ... Sincerely,. Jennifer Kearney-Strouse. Executive Editor.
November 2019

The Sunshine Act and Open Payments

If one feels there is a discrepancy, then s/he can file a dispute that industry companies will need to review, and ultimately reconcile. ... Editor’s Note: ACP Internist offers a primer on using the Open Payments System and additional
April 2020

QD: News Every Day--Most doctors, med students couldn't answer this question

the person’s symptoms or signs?”. ... In an accompanying editor’s note, Joseph S. Ross, MD, MPH, ACP Member, noted that disease prevalence matters for testing, as does test sensitivity and specificity.
April 2020

QD: News Every Day--About that placebo effect. . .

Ted Kaptchuk, OMD, the study's lead author, told the LA Times that a larger study needs to be done to confirm the findings, and said that he didn't believe ... PLoS ONE, Public Library of Science, LA Times, ACP Internist). [Editor's Note: QD--News Every
April 2020

Options vary for acute pain management

Acute pancreatitis is mild in most cases, but when it's not, it's life-threatening. ... Sincerely,. Jennifer Kearney-Strouse. Executive Editor, ACP Internist.
February 2018

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