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Hypertension guidelines lead to vigorous debate

This issue includes stories centered on various aspects of hypertensions, as well as topics specific to mean's health, electronic health records and physical rehabilitation referrals. ... For example, an EHR's copy-and-paste function may cause incorrect
April 2014

New vaccines, recommendations can make keeping up a chore

of our columns struck a chord due to his and his family's medical history. ... Whether you've particularly enjoyed one of our articles or whether there's one with which you disagree, we always love to hear from you.
September 2013

Vigilance needed to combat osteoporosis

2016 was a turbulent year, due in large part to the U.S. ... Sincerely,. Jennifer Kearney-Strouse. Executive Editor, ACP Internist.
January 2017

Helping patients navigate the Web is tricky, but worthwhile

Today's tools can be of benefit, experts say, if physicians engage with patients about them and help them interpret what they find. ... Dr. Kamali's plans for the future include a state-of-the-art hospital that will both provide health care to Afghan
November 2013

No such thing as ‘one fits all’ for physicians and mobile devices

Smartphones and tablets can put medical information at a doctor's fingertips, making it easier to calculate drug dosages, look up symptoms or side effects, and explain complicated diseases to patients. ... Paula S. Katz surveys the current technological
April 2012

Letters to the Editor

Amy E. Foxx-Orenstein, FACP. Editor's note: ACP InternistWeekly's March 18 edition covered a court's decision to award internist Gary Gibson, FACP, money to cover the cost of ... James O. Wells, FACP. Atlanta. As an Ohio physician, I was pleased to note
May 2008

Are scribes a potential boon or bane for primary care?

A patient's statement of “I can't sleep” can be a frustrating presentation for an internist to untangle. ... members. Here is some practical advice from ACP's Center for Practice Improvement and Innovation on how to adapt the rule seamlessly into
February 2012

There is a doctor in the ‘House’ (and she's an ACP Member)

Besides, as one of the show's writers said after listening to Dr. ... Editor's Note: This made it onto the show as Episode 7 of Season 5: “The Itch”.].
March 2010

FTC rule requires doctors to monitor identify theft red flags

theft.”. [Editor's note: The rule was originally to take effect May 1; the FTC announced it would delay enforcement on April 30. ... Debra Lansey is Associate for Regulatory and Insurer Affairs in ACP's Washington, D.C.
May 2009

Overlooking PAD in primary care

But although it's an ideal disorder for effective management in the primary care office, patients with PAD are often overlooked or misdiagnosed, experts say. ... Those of you who've made the trip to ACP's annual meeting in the past are no doubt familiar
April 2011

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