Practice Management Information Center
Use of medical scribes in the emergency department improves physician productivity and reduces patient length of stay.
Only 12.8 and 35.5% of fills were appropriate, potentially appropriate in outpatients.
Manual focuses on patient-physician relationship in different scenarios, including telemedicine.
Although bed rest was once frequently advised in pregnancy, clinicians today routinely warn against bed rest for most pregnant patients due to potential negative effects.
Although the holiday season may be joyous for some, others may feel the sting of depression; therefore, it is important to monitor patients during this time of year.
Overweight patients often experience bias from the medical community, which may prevent them from seeking medical attention, even when it's necessary.
A nurse practitioner sues her former employer after being fired for refusing to get a flu shot.
Use of a fax machine and lack of a timely response resulted in the demise of a patient and an accusation of gross negligence.
The NCCPA is launching a pilot program that will offer PAs an alternative to PANRE. How will the pilot program stand out and what advantages might it offer PAs?
Investigators sought to determine whether nurse practitioners and physician assistants are expanding their scope of practice outside of primary care to perform dermatologic procedures.