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   How the medical home may save primary care
   Groups blast CMS physician fee schedule plans
   How to get the most out of team-based care
   The dynamics of physician alignment are changing
   53% of doctors still self-employed
December 1, 2013 - Issue 12 - View Full Issue
   Berwick: Zapping overtreatment, costs takes 'courage'
   Physicians' Medicare pay data may be next to be made public
   Toxic docs require management finesse
   'Perverse incentives' perpetuate use of ­disproven medical treatments
   Infection control needs regional strategy
   Physicians brace for drug, device 'transparency'
   Do physicians on treadmills diagnose with ­greater accuracy?
November 1, 2013 - Issue 11 - View Full Issue
   Physician compensation ­models are upside down
   Physician integration failures are avoidable
   SGR repeal effort to resume in house
   Proposed Medicare physician fees' winners and losers
   Tech tools tackle medication problems
   Nine Pioneer ACOs to leave program
October 1, 2013 - Issue 10 - View Full Issue
   Advocate for physician-led ACOs shares secret of success
   Compensation increasingly based on quality of care
   Physicians help rebrand a Medicare Advantage plan
   Patients shoulder nearly 25% of medical bills
   Q&A: Ardis Dee Hoven, new AMA president, ­outlines road map
   Malnutrition, long neglected, needs doctors' attention
September 1, 2013 - Issue 9 - View Full Issue
   Primary care brings in more hospital revenue than specialists
   Access to EHR notes lauded by patients, providers
   Doctors, trial lawyers back 'Provider Shield' law in Georgia
   AMA raises concerns over EHR workarounds
   Medical school enrollment forecast tempered by residency concerns
August 1, 2013 - Issue 8 - View Full Issue
   'Rapid' rise in physicians ­seeking to sell practices
   Physicians, chiropractors still out of alignment
   Email improves patient experience
   Managing physicians may be impossible
   Former ACP president: 'We have to be more ­efficient'
   Internists aim to end 'assault' on patient-physician relationship
   Whose data is it, anyway?
July 1, 2013 - Issue 7 - View Full Issue
   Experiment engages primary care patients and providers
   Does primary care need to be retooled?
   Physicians say quantity of EHR alerts 'excessive'
   The rush and resistance to tech
   IPAB repeal arguments weak, for now
   Colonoscopy 'potentially inappropriate' for 30% of seniors
   EHR a money-loser for most physicians
   SGIM calls for end to fee-for-service
June 1, 2013 - Issue 6 - View Full Issue
   CBO analysis renews calls for SGR repeal
   AMA issues five patient safety guidelines
   Enhance your online reputation
   Meet the hybrid concierge medical practice model
   ID adverse drug reactions by phone
   Toward a tricorder future
   Cancer misdiagnoses surprisingly common
   Physician groups urge caution on 90 treatment methods
May 1, 2013 - Issue 5 - View Full Issue
   Efforts to bolster rural primary care residencies fall short
   Malpractice cases gobble 11% of doctors' time
   Is concierge medicine finally ready for takeoff?
   Illinois physician named 'Country Doctor of the Year'
   RAND walks back HIT savings estimates
   Providers push for slower Stage 3 MU rollout
   Fewer consultations means higher costs
April 1, 2013 - Issue 4 - View Full Issue
   Growing need in primary care workforce
   Fiscal fix needed for physician training
   Medical practice costs creep higher
   Electronic medical records drive physicians to stay, go
   Payer rankings don't tell providers' stories
   Commentary: In gun debate, physicians edge closer to front lines
   Group purchasing can boost revenue, reduce costs
   Beware social media's pitfalls
March 1, 2013 - Issue 3 - View Full Issue
   Physician pay wars' winners and losers
   Dialing up physician networks
   Young doctors spend 13% more than older physicians
   Disruptive remedies for the physician shortage
   MGMA: Payment uncertainty dampens physician spending
February 1, 2013 - Issue 2 - View Full Issue
   Better practice efficiency comes with automation
   Six in 10 physicians would quit today
   Physician groups warming up to HIEs
   Health insurers betting on urgent care centers
   Should you extend your practice hours?
   Antibiotic use, costs show wide regional variations
   Prescription drug abuse rates hound providers
   One in three providers avoids flu shots as stakes rise
January 1, 2013 - Issue 1 - View Full Issue