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The Short History of COVID-19: 8 Questions

September 11, 2020

Refresh your memory of the short yet crowded history of the COVID-19 pandemic with our 8-question quiz.

Top Ancillary Services 2020: Secondary Income Sources in Primary Care

June 18, 2020

Physicians shared what ancillary services they provided most often in 2019 and how they earned secondary income, in the Medical Economics 91st annual Physician Report.

2020 Physician Salary Data: The 91st Medical Economics Physician Report

June 18, 2020

Physicians break down how much they earn across a variety of criteria, including practice ownership, gender, age, community type, and more.

Coronavirus Preparedness Checklist for PCPs

January 27, 2020

Five cases of the 2019 novel coronavirus have been confirmed in the US. The CDC provides this guide to help front-line providers prepare.

New Non-invasive Screening Tool Shows High Accuracy in CAD Detection

January 15, 2020

The novel test was shown to be effective in the early detection of symptom-free patients with coronary artery disease. 

10 Questions on the Year in Primary Care

December 17, 2019

From measles resurgence to new CVD guidelines, refresh your memory of this year’s highlights with our quiz on the most-read content on Patient Care®.

12 Drugs Approved for Primary Care in 2019

December 12, 2019

ICYMI: Get a quick look at 12 of the many drugs FDA-approved in 2019 for conditions commonly seen in primary care.

5 Tips on How to Talk to Patients about Flu Vaccination

October 02, 2019

CDC recommends flu vaccination be offered by the end of this month, October; the Centers offer these 5 tips on how to discuss the topic with your patients.

Medical Sequelae Impact QoL Among Individuals in Recovery

April 01, 2019

More than one-third of those in recovery from drug/alcohol use have chronic physical disease. A novel study looks at prevalence of health issues by type of substance used.

The Face of Undiagnosed Diabetes: True or False?

September 25, 2018

Sample: True or false? The prevalence of undiagnosed diabetes is higher among obese adults vs overweight adults.