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April 06, 2011
Increasingly, mid-level practitioners are a patient's primary point of contact, changing the nature of primary care delivery and starting a heated debate over who is most qualified to manage patient care in the United States.
February 25, 2011
February 09, 2011
The need for more providers to deliver primary care is unquestioned, but can non-MDs deliver the same quality of care independent of physician sueprvision?
February 04, 2011
Women as young as 50 "with an equivalent fracture risk" to a 65-year-old woman (smoking, low BMI, family history, excessive alcohol use) should be screened.
Increased Risk of Eating Disorders, ARFID Among Cystic Fibrosis Population
Sleep Disorder May Increase Short-Term Risk for Late-Onset Dementia
FDA Approves Baloxavir Marboxil to Treat, Prevent Flu in Younger At-Risk Children