ACP is comprehensively examining the corrosive impact of profit-driven health care on the sacred patient-physician relationship in order to pave the way for potential solutions.
The latest ACP/Annals of Internal Medicine virtual forum discussed the controversy around colorectal cancer screening, clarified the rationale supporting the varying recommendations, and equipped physicians to make screening choices that best align with patients' clinical situations.
Early career physicians may feel overwhelmed by having to document the care they provide, but an expert explains why it's not as confusing as it used to be.
This column reviews recent recalls, alerts, and approvals.
A 58-year-old woman is evaluated for brief episodes of pain, swelling, and redness in the right wrist for 4 days. During the past 2 years, she has had similar episodes in her left wrist and left third metacarpophalangeal joint, which resolved without treatment. Following a physical exam, lab studies, and radiograph, what is the most appropriate laboratory study to perform next?
This month's issue addresses insulin, an updated cardiology guideline, and colorectal cancer screening.