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Ensure comprehension to increase adherence

How often do you have problems learning about your medical condition because of difficulty reading hospital materials?
August 2011

A legal primer for international medical graduates and their employers

Q: What do IMGs need in order to practice medicine in the U.S? ... There are thousands of these areas throughout the U.S. You can determine if your practice or hospital is in one of these areas by visiting the following page on my
October 2008

Hospitalists outside the hospital

When the doctor later decided to devote all his time to his own practice, Dr. ... Doctoroff said. For hospitalists, the care parallels their inpatient practice to some extent, in that they treat a series of patients with complex medical issues, some of
December 2011

Getting the most from advanced practice providers

practice director for the division of hospital medicine and medical director for the physician assistant program at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago. ... You have to first understand your reasons for incorporating APPs
December 2016

The challenge of predicting readmissions

Q: Your results showed that a prediction algorithm, the Probability of Repeat Admission (P. ... Q: Have the results caused you to change your practice individually?
December 2011

Panel picks appropriate uses for PICCs

What we ideally would like to do is create a toolkit, “Here's the top 5 recommendations from this panel of ways to improve your practice around venous access and PICCs,” ... I think this type of outreach and buy-in is key to start to translate these
October 2015

Baffled by beta-blockers

Dr. Fleisher, who chaired the writing committee for the 2007 ACC/AHA perioperative guidelines, worried that physician practice might have swung too far in the other direction following the POISE findings.
April 2010

Communication skills vital to cancer conversations

Lifestyle choices raise your risk” can make patients think they are to blame for their cancer, he said. ... Back said. He also recommended offering the 90th percentile in your practice as the best-case scenario and the 10th percentile as the worst-case
October 2013

Act quickly and listen a lot

Alfandre has experienced the frustration of patients leaving AMA in his own practice. ... One year from now, no one will believe what you say, but your written words will be presumed to be accurate, so don't skimp on this,” he said.
March 2010

They'll be back

A diagnosis of major depression should lead to treatment. “If you identify a problem and you don't have any treatment to offer, then what have you done for your patient?”
October 2010

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