A Journey from Volume to Value-based Care

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If you are thinking about applying for a value-based incentive program, you will want to ask yourself some key questions first.
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How One Student Struggles to Become a Good Doctor

Margaret (Maggi) Cary and Jack Penner reconstruct how they have worked together to help Penner become the good doctor he wants to be.

What You Need to Know About Fall Allergies, Colds, and Flu

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There are natural and over-the-counter alternatives to taking antibiotics (which are ineffective) for colds and flu.
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The Struggles of Being a Psoriasis Patient

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A recent survey of psoriasis patients world wide revealed that 84% of patient face discrimination and humiliation. However, new therapies are available that can result in clear or almost clear skin.

Why Internists Get Sued and What To Do About It

A recent study of closed claims against Internists provides insight into what motivates patients to pursue lawsuits and the system failures that lead to patient harm.
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Medications to Fight Addiction – Good or Bad?

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Medication-Assisted Treatment is a hotly contested issue in the addiction recovery world, but it is important to know there are safe and effective drugs to treat withdrawal and use for long-term maintenance.