1, 2010 thru Dec. 31, 2010), internists should continue to use CPT 90658 for flu vaccines; however, code 90658 should not be billed in conjunction with Q codes.
Q: I have a sore throat and cough. Why can't I get tested? ... Q: Why should I wash my hands and wipe down surfaces with bleach?
A late breakfast and dinner generally does it for me. Q: Since all breakfast foods are obviously not created equal, what are some good choices- and why? ... Q: How much about breakfast is true for everyone, and how much of the valid lore should be
A concluding note:. I appreciated the time allotted for Q&A after the first 3 research presentations. ... For the future, at places like TEDMED, where I've heard there was no attempt to allow for Q&A, the audience's concerns can reveal problems in
See ACP Internist's Q&A with Frederick Wolfe for more in this vein.) Physicians shouldn't reinforce patients' perceptions that they are sick, he argued.
Reuters has published a Q&A on what the election results could mean for the health care reform law.
In the vibrant Q&A that followed (and continued via e-mail), one of the things the medical students brought up asked me about something I said is sometimes bad in
Q&As in this issue discuss some of them. Telemedicine expert and former ACP President Ana María López, MD, MPH, MACP, outlines how telehealth can be used to care for patients
Q: When physicians do choose to enterprimary care, how do you think they dealwith these financial constraints? ... Q: How should such financial incentives bestructured—reduced debt, higher salaries? A: Dr.
They're fighting their genes and not taking advantage of them. Q: What about living beyond age 100? ... Q: What is the utility in studying people who live to be older than 100?