In this month’s Drugs, Pregnancy & Lactation column, Dr. Gerald Briggs explains the state of research on the safety of new drugs for pregnant...
In this month’s Gynecologic Oncology Consult, Dr. Emma Rossi discusses ovarian ablation and removal in treatment of breast cancer.
Mass distribution of a broad-spectrum antibiotic to preschool children reduced mortality in three sub-Saharan African countries.
When appointments are thoughtfully made, the patients are more likely to keep them.
Dr. Michael F. Myers offers context for the latest discussions about physician suicides and calls on the medical community to act now.
Medicare’s newest value-based revenue opportunities work best within an ACO structure.
The Optimized Doctor
Discussing diet, like politics, religion, or salary, is best done just with oneself. Yet, I’m compelled to share what I’ve learned.
Law & Medicine
Is it legal for patients to record conversations with physicians without physicians’ knowledge?
Managing Your Practice
The switch began on April 1, and is expected to take about a year as the CMS processes about half a dozen states at a time.
Some favor the American Academy of Pediatrics’ new guidelines; others wonder whether they are ambivalent.