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CDC: Stronger Effort Needed to Fight Tuberculosis
CDC: Stronger Effort Needed to Fight Tuberculosis
Although preliminary tuberculosis (TB) surveillance data for 2016 demonstrate slight declines in the number and incidence of U.S. TB cases since 2015 (a drop of 2.7 percent in the number of reported cases and a 3.4 percent drop in incidence, or number ...
Quality Payment Program Early Review Shows Progress, Pitfalls
Quality Payment Program Early Review Shows Progress, Pitfalls
Many family physicians across the country are busy taking care of patients while simultaneously working to understand the regulations controlling CMS' new Quality Payment Program (QPP)
CMS Resources Help Practice, Patients Transition to New Cards
CMS Resources Help Practice, Patients Transition to New Cards
Are your patients aware that their Medicare cards will be replaced with a new version beginning in April 2018? �
A Year's Reprieve in New Zealand Gives FP Fresh Perspective
A Year's Reprieve in New Zealand Gives FP Fresh Perspective
In 2004, family physician Wayne Strouse, M.D., temporarily shuttered his practice in Penn Yan, N.Y., packed up his family and moved to New Zealand. It would have been his ninth year as a rural doctor, but Strouse sought refuge from burnout in his famil...
Bipartisan Teaching Health Center Bill Is Vital to Workforce
Bipartisan Teaching Health Center Bill Is Vital to Workforce
At a time when members of Congress can't seem to agree on much related to health care, a bill introduced this week in the House has -- and deserves -- strong bipartisan support.
AMA Opioid Task Force Issues Updated Naloxone Guidance
AMA Opioid Task Force Issues Updated Naloxone Guidance
Physicians are increasingly prescribing naloxone in the fight against the opioid abuse crisis. During the first eight weeks of this year, the number of naloxone prescriptions written by physicians increased 340 percent compared with the same period in ...