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How the EHR can help ID, refer patients for diabetes prevention
Family physicians at Duke Health take two approaches to identify and refer patients with prediabetes to a lifestyle-change program.
4 habits of gratitude physicians can follow to enhance well-being
Practicing gratitude is essential during the challenging times of the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn how to integrate this habit into your daily routine.
4 ways to include the whole health care team in telemedicine
Learn how to best engage support staff to successfully implement the team-based care model in telemedicine during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.
5 steps physicians can take to get rid of “stupid stuff”
Needless tasks have exacted a toll on doctors’ daily workload. Learn more with the AMA about how to slash administrative burdens.
COVID-19 has made it worse for already struggling private practices
Private physician practices continue to face challenges driven by administrative burdens. Here is what needs to be done to improve practice sustainability.
What doctors wish patients knew to make the most of telehealth
The COVID-19 pandemic has driven unprecedented use of telehealth. Find out how to ensure each telehealth visit is productive for patient care.
How to address hypertension control during the COVID-19 pandemic
With too many patients putting off care for their chronic conditions, learn with the AMA about how physicians can prioritize hypertension control.
Look for fast fixes to cut “stupid stuff” that burdens doctors
Ask physicians to detail the administrative burdens that interfere with care, hurt well-being. Sometimes the fix can be as simple as “just do it.”