Q: Ken Murray, MD, a retired family physician, wrote 2 now-famous essays about how doctors die differently. ... Q: How can the palliative care community reach practicing physicians? A: This has been really heartening to me.
So here is a Q and A I sent as a newsletter (and will use when marketing the practice). ... Q: How can I afford to do this? A. I have greatly decreased my overhead by not accepting insurance and keeping my charges simple.
Q: If patients went to the pharmacy and had an automatic refill waiting for them, might they think a discontinued medication had been restarted? ... Q: What are some short- and long-term potential solutions? A: Over the short term, [we need] more patient
A: HVO has internal medicine sites in Cambodia, Uganda, Bhutan, India and Peru. ... Q: Do volunteers typically bring their families along? A: A great majority of sites are very family-friendly.
Q: How should doctors counter a negative presence online? A: Doctors can claim [their] page and correct [erroneous] information on the vast majority of rating sites. ... Q: What comes next as internists start to establish a positive online presence?
Q: What does the VBP program consist of? A: The VBP program contains two primary components:. ... PQRS. Q: What does my practice need to do? A: 1. Update information in PECOS.
Q: What is the distinction between DynaMed and DynaMed Plus? A: Dr. ... Although DynaMed Plus has a significant history and a track record already, serving needs for more than 140,000 [ACP member] internists is something new for them, so this will be
Q: How has ACP changed along with internal medicine? A: I think that our positions and our advocacy efforts have been addressing some of the new areas that I just mentioned, ... To me, the dirty 4-letter word in health care is“ time.” In many ways, I
Q: Is the idea of teaching clinical reasoning as a topic fairly new? ... and give the students a heads-up on how it's going to work.
Q: How would you describe your involvement with ACP? A: I've been a member for pretty much my entire professional life. ... physician relationship: connecting with the patient and looking into their eyes, not incessantly into the eyes of a computer screen