FPM Enters the Blogosphere

Edsall, Robert
November 2008
Family Practice Management;Nov/Dec2008, Vol. 15 Issue 9, p8
Academic Journal
The article discusses the three blogs which the "Family Practice Management (FPM)" is starting off. It includes "Making It: How to Succeed in Family Practice Without Really Trying," by Douglas Iliff and "Does Primary Care Need Medicare?," which appeared in the January 2008 issue of the journal. It also features the blog "Paroxysmal Thoughts on Practice Management," by Hazel Green.


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