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W elcome to Web Watch, a new ACP Internist column about interesting and informative medical Web sites. ... Web sites such as AskDrWiki provide speed and ease when accessing clinical information.
An internist/blogger creates a talk-show format for his podcasts to link internists with one another.
Doctors who are also mothers compare notes on raising kids and saving lives at the Mothers in Medicine Web site.
Theresa Chan, MD, really knows how to put her money where her mouth is.
The alter ego of Kevin Pho, ACP Member, gathers medical tidbits from around the Web, then briefly summarizes and links to them. ... Recent posts covered the topics of pro-suicide Web sites, defensive medicine, ED overcrowding, retail airport clinics and
Or you can forgo the legwork and go online to the Health Care Innovations Exchange Web site to read about how others have tackled the problem. ... The site also features expert commentary on innovations, as well as Web seminars, podcasts and online forums
It wasn't cancer or a broken bone, but it was a nagging problem that wouldn't go away: The Case of the Burning Lips.
The Hospital Compare Web site added patient satisfaction to its online data in March. ... Yet even skeptics generally have good things to say about the new-and-improved Hospital Compare Web site, run by CMS.
have in common? Both are available for free on a Web site that matches U.S. ... have in common? Both are available for free on Med-Eq, a Web site that matches U.S.
Kind of like a ‘grand rounds' on my own Web site.”.