Meet the Editors
Lee M. Duke, MD
Mary Beth Schweigert
Corporate Communications Specialist
Vigilance by all physicians is critical to timely diagnosis of the deadly disease.
Supply should be reserved for pre-eclampsia, total parenteral nutrition and other specific situations.
The prevalence of chronic pain vs. the possibility of opioid misuse can present a difficult dilemma for providers.
Tragically, familial hypercholesterolemia is most often diagnosed only after a cardiac event. Early diagnosis and treatment can save lives.
Bacterial infection caused by contaminated foods is 13 times more common in pregnant women. Dr. Robert W. Larkin Jr. says all physicians can save lives by learning the symptoms.
OpenNotes gives patients access to visit notes from their physicians and advanced practice providers. Dr. Paul Casale says the new tool will strengthen the physician-patient bond.
Patients have come to expect cancer screenings. But are these tests always necessary?
LG Health family physicians hope to improve future pregnancy outcomes by screening postpartum mothers during well-child checks.
Independent review finds that one-third of consents scanned into the medical record are incomplete.