Treating Friends and Family, A Checklist for New Physicians, How to Avoid Health Plan Fees for Electronic Payments

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Should You Treat Friends and Family?

When friends or family ask for medical care, physicians often must decide for themselves on appropriate boundaries. Consider getting involved only if there are no other options for care and they have a short-term, minor problem or an emergent medical condition.

Easing the Transition Into Practice: A Checklist

These 15 tips can help new physicians start the job with clarity and confidence.

CMS Clarifies Guidance on Fees for Electronic Payments

To avoid health plan fees, request electronic funds transfer through the Automated Clearing House Network.

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After more than 3 decades, the FDA has approved the first “complete cure” for scabies. Watch as Dr. Christopher Belcher, Pediatric Infectious Disease Specialist, discusses the unmatched safety and efficacy of this novel therapy, particularly in an age of growing resistance challenges.

 

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Leadership Development, Well-being, and Performance Improvement: Achieving the Quadruple Aim in Your Practice

Achieving the Quadruple Aim requires physician leadership, particularly the ability to lead by influencing others and implementing positive changes in your practice and community.

 

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