Peter L. Slavin and Timothy G. Ferris discuss a shortage of primary care physicians and how to address the problem.
Long the bedrock of medicine, the practice of primary care has been in need of a reinvention. Several models show promise. None of them will be cheap.
For young people with chronic illnesses, the transition into adult care can be uncharted—and dangerous—territory.
Should primary care physicians be trained to spot unusual, medically important cases?
Talking and texting while driving cost hundreds of lives every year. Should physicians intervene before those accidents happen?
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