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While recent concessions made by CMS on the ICD-10 transition may relieve stress for practices making the transition, some say it’s not enough.

Health care reform, the patient-centered medical home, and the impact of environmental change on global health are just a few of the topics to be discussed at the Internal Medicine 2009 Medicine 2009 in Philadelphia this week.

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Here’s one unique perspective on why in today’s healthcare environment, it’s not easy to reconcile the clinical and business sides of medicine.

Studies of a kuru epidemic in a formerly cannibalistic tribe could lead to further understanding of other neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer and Parkinson.

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What if you could test the fit and function of a cardiac device in an exact replica of your patient's heart and head off complications before you start?

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If one triptan doesn't work for your patient's migraines, try, try again. A neurologist offers tips on the pros and cons of the 6 available agents.

A psychiatrist reviews some digital apps you might suggest as an adjunct to established interventions (eg, medications, therapy) for adult ADHD.

Treatments with botulinum toxin-A may help reduce painful diabetic neuropathy, according to a new meta-analysis.

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Paroxysmal atrial fibrillation is a first and only dx for some patients; for others it is just the beginning. What do you know about AF progression?

Before training your staff on new technology, it's a good idea to assess their overall comfort level and experience with using technology.

Three SGLT2 inhibitors are FDA approved for the treatment of hyperglycemia in type 2 diabetes, but could these drugs have a role in the treatment of other diseases?

New technology offers the promise of boosting efficiency at your medical practice, but your staff holds the key to realizing its full potential.

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What it all boils down to: smoking is a risk factor for stroke--no matter your age or your migraine status.

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Why using someone with the CFP designation is the correct course of action when looking for advice on finances as a physician.

DSM-5 stands out for the introduction of several new specifiers, which will allow for more accurate coding. Which of the items mentioned in this quiz did not change in DSM-5?

Radiologists need to read images and see patients.

Experts summarize data on the role of inflammation in psychiatric disorders, emphasizing that evidence for anti-inflammatory treatment for mood disorders is limited, and mixed.

Getting patients in the door is critical to your practice's success. Are you doing everything you can to make this happen?

The young man is missing school because he is self-conscious about the hypopigmented lesions on his arms, back, and chest. Can you make the diagnosis?

The SRT polymorphism is one of the most well studied genetic variations affecting mood disorders. Once personal genetic information is readily available, can we help patients understand the implications of their results?

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