Tag: medicine

DPC Op/Ed: ‘YOU DESERVE BETTER.’

Written By MyDoc – Personal Physician Services | Robert Nelson, MD | Cumming, Ga SEPT 4, 2013 – Think for a minute about your relationship and interaction with your doctor (or doctor’s office).  Specifically, consider such attributes as communication, convenience, reliability, value and accessibility.  Unfortunately, over the past 30 […]

PENNSYLVANIA: ‘I’m not burned out — one thing that’s making it hard to retire (at 60) is because I love what I’m doing, especially the last five years.’

Longtime Sequim doctor to retire Published on Tue, Sep 3, 2013 by PATRICIA MORRISON COATE A long and rewarding career is coming to an end for Kari Olsen, MD, and it will be bittersweet for both herself and the large volume of patients she’s built relationships with over […]

One-third of Walgreens Vaccinations Are Administered During Off-Clinic Hours, Implications for Improving Vaccination Access and Convenience

One-third of Walgreens Vaccinations Are Administered During Off-Clinic Hours, Implications for Improving Vaccination Access and Convenience With adult and adolescent vaccination rates below national goals, this study of more than six million vaccinations administered in more than 7,500 Walgreens pharmacies across the United States identifies a potentially important […]

NPs, PAs Trending Away from Primary Care

By David Pittman, Washington Correspondent, MedPage Today AUGUST 16, 2013 – Nurse practitioners (NPs) and physician assistants (PAs) are increasingly choosing subspecialty practices and could come up short in helping fill the shortage of primary care physicians, according to the research arm of the American Academy of Family Physicians […]