You're a busy person with many things to do and little time to read. Here are 5 articles that give you a quick rundown of important matters for the pediatric provider.
Until a child has their first visit to the dentist, your practice is the best place for a child to receive oral care. Here’s how you can integrate oral health into your practice.
The threat of a malpractice lawsuit may not be as likely in pediatrics as it is for other specialties like ob/gyn. The high payouts commonly seen in pediatric malpractice suits mean being prepared is beneficial. Here’s a guide to what happens after you get served.
When faced with an ocular emergency, it only takes 5 minutes to assess the problem with a series of tests. Here’s what those tests are and how to change your practice to better diagnose and treat ocular emergencies.
Once thought of as a rite of passage, bullying is now seen as a serious issue that could require your intervention. Here’s a look at what bullying is and how you can intervene.
Insurance companies may see you as a primary care provider, but Andrew J Schuman, MD, FAAP, thinks you should shoot to be PGP or pretty good pediatrician. Here’s how.