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March 30, 2011
Social Media is a force that is infiltrating all aspects of life; the doctor's office is no exception.
How budget cuts may affect you and your practice.
Recent court case highlights risks and opportunities
A roundup of recent news and announcements about the Affordable Care Act that focus on coverage and reimbursement issues that affect pediatricians
The key to better patient satisfaction is to pay close attention to the non-medical aspects of the care experience
Recent reports show that disparities in healthcare access and quality among racial and ethnic groups may be even more pronounced among children
The field will move forward, but issues with interpreting data are still a challenge
Other industries are using smartphones, tablet PCs, and the Internet to propel their businesses into the future. What can you do to keep health care from falling farther behind?
Increasingly, mid-level practitioners are a patient%u2019s 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.
We ask Katie Malbon, MD, about her program involving women texting questions about their birth control.
Gadgets that are cool and useful in the medical setting.
Reviews of latest medical apps for you and your patients.
Glycemic Variability, High Glucose Increase Mortality Risk in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes
Daily Insulin Titration Results in Lower Fasting Glucose for Gestational Diabetes
Beti-Cel Gene Therapy for β-Thalassemia Receives FDA Approval