Social Determinants of Health and Beyond: Information to Help Family Physicians Improve Patient Care
Social Determinants of Health and Primary Care: Intentionality Is Key to the Data We Collect and the Interventions We Pursue
Sponsoring Institutions with Five or Fewer Residency Programs Produce a Larger Proportion of General Internists and Family Physicians
Screening for Adverse Childhood Experiences in a Family Medicine Setting: A Feasibility Study
Disrupting the Pathways of Social Determinants of Health: Doula Support during Pregnancy and Childbirth
Primary Care Continuity Improves Diabetic Health Outcomes: From Free Clinics to Federally Qualified Health Centers
The Impact of Community Engagement on Health, Social, and Utilization Outcomes in Depressed, Impoverished Populations: Secondary Findings from a Randomized Trial
The Adolescent “Expanded Medical Home”: School-Based Health Centers Partner with a Primary Care Clinic to Improve Population Health and Mitigate Social Determinants of Health
Building a Foundation to Reduce Health Inequities: Routine Collection of Sociodemographic Data in Primary Care
Impact of Social Determinants of Health on Patients with Complex Diabetes Who Are Served by National Safety-Net Health Centers
Use of Point-of-Care Tests (POCTs) by US Primary Care Physicians
Higher Referrals for Diabetes Education in a Medical Home Model of Care
Integrating Behavioral Health in Primary Care Using Lean Workflow Analysis: A Case Study
Hearing Loss Health Care for Older Adults
Signs of Insufficiency Fractures Overlooked in a Patient Receiving Chronic Bisphosphonate Therapy
“Basal Cell Blanche”: A Diagnostic Maneuver to Increase Early Detection of Basal Cell Carcinomas
Vanished Twins and Misdiagnosed Sex: A Case Report with Implications in Prenatal Counseling Using Noninvasive Cell-Free DNA Screening
Addressing Social Determinants of Health in a Clinic Setting: The WellRx Pilot in Albuquerque, New Mexico
Community Vital Signs: Taking the Pulse of the Community While Caring for Patients
Re: The Use of Medical Scribes in Health Care Settings: A Systematic Review and Future Directions
Response: Re: The Use of Medical Scribes in Health Care Settings: A Systematic Review and Future Directions
Re: The Diversity of Providers on the Family Medicine Team
“The End of the Beginning” for Clinical Simulation in the ABFM Self-Assessment Modules (SAMs)