Many of us in family medicine practice full scope including obstetrics. Many other providers in primary care and OB/GYN provide only outpatient prenatal care. Regardless, one of the most important yet overlooked aspects of women’s health is the care that occurs (or should occur) PRIOR to conception. Even though providers can bill for this care, […]
With two prior deployments to Afghanistan as well as (until recently) a full-scope family medicine practice, I have always been interested in urgent care and emergency medicine apps to improve my own patient care. I have previously reviewed a number of apps for both peds and adult emergencies, including Pedi STAT, PalmPedi, BluCard, Pedi Crisis, […]
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