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a specialist in internal medicine

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When compared to other currently available treatment options for CDAD, ID specialists and internists consider Dificid's sustained clinical response/relapse rate and efficacy to be among its greatest advantages.
These components consisted of vignette-based multiple-choice questions that provided general internists with feedback on their performance and were generally designed to help them use resources appropriately, particularly imaging and other diagnostic tests.
The respondents included 679 dermatologists, 431 internists, and 559 family physicians.
gyns, saw a family history of breast cancer as a contraindication to HT use, compared with about 72% of family physicians and 81% of internists.
Our program began in January of 2000 with two primary care internists, two capable nurses and a talented medical assistant.
Our study attempted to determine if, as found in the national survey, significant charge differentials existed between Oregon family physicians and general internists.
Everything an internist needs to know in 60 minutes about what other leading internists have found to be the best practices for patient interaction and establishing a positive rapport with patients
Pyle, an independent health care adviser, and Gerry Brunk, a health care consultant, discuss private sector trends - mainly managed care - and how internists will have to learn new skills to keep up with the changing health care environment.
11) Internists, physicians who were concerned about cost, and those who followed the recommendations of the Joint National Committee on Detection, Evaluation, and Treatment of High Blood Pressure were more likely to prescribe diuretics.
In Public Speaking & Presentation Skills for Internists, the publisher examines specific tips and tricks used by leading speakers and internists that are guaranteed to enhance your impact the next time you give a presentation or speech, lead a discussion with colleagues, or even want to steer a conversation or interaction in a specific way.
Median compensation for general internists in group practice rose 5% from 2010 to 2011, according to a survey by the Medical Group Management Association.
Family physicians provide ambulatory care to a higher proportion of disadvantaged adults than do other specialists, including general internists, according to a study presented at the annual meeting of the North American Primary Care Research Group.
Journal of Sexual Medicine will be produced six times a year for healthcare professionals involved in the study, diagnosis and treatment of sexual health concerns, including internists, GPs, OB/GYNs, therapists, biologists and other clinicians.
Armed with this knowledge, I devised a draft "my plan" that called for internists and pediatricians in the group to admit and care for the family practice patients in the hospital.
To encourage development of and participation in such programs, ASIM has compiled a resource kit for internists on preceptorship programs nationwide.