The article is a few months old, but it still surprises me. Medical Economics ran a quick review of the growing “doctor’s lounge” movement and named PedTalk on its short list of sites to consider. Although it seems odd to be listed among the sponsored and commercially driven folks, it’s cute nonetheless. I will have …
I have some fascinating data about the after hours, etc., codes (9905x) coming, but I wanted to share these two followup tidbits before I forget: The Developmental Screening Toolkit For Primary Care Providers looks like an excellent site to add to the list I posted the other day. In particular, here’s a great comparison chart …
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