On the hundredth day of the new administration, the President’s campaign promise of health care reform looks less like a gamble and more like a sure bet. But are policymakers throwing down the deed to the ranch?
Not only can your practice become a patient-centered medical home, or PCMH -- but would you want it to? And if the answer to both these questions is "yes," how do you go about making the transition?
Like great newspapers, medical journals play a crucial role in our society—and in the midst of the protracted transition from print to web publishing, they need our support. This was the message of the keynote address presented by Harold C. Sox, MD, at the 2009 meeting of the American College of Physicians in Philadelphia.
Every year, Dr Ronald N. Rubin, professor of medicine at Temple University School of Medicine, presents review courses for specialty board exams at the American College of Physicians annual meeting.