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FOR THE PRESS

4 December 2007 Annals of Internal Medicine Tip Sheet

Annals of Internal Medicine is published by the American College of Physicians on the first and third Tuesday of every month. These highlights are not intended to substitute for articles as sources of information. For an embargoed copy of an article, call 1-800-523-1546, ext. 2656, or 215-351-2656. Past highlights are accessible as well.

Internists Diagnose Health Care System Ills, and Prescribe Remedies to Achieve Universal Coverage, Better Quality, and Lower Costs

Note: This paper is being released early online at the Web site of Annals of Internal Medicine (www.annals.org). It will appear in the Jan. 1, 2008, print edition of the journal. A separate news release is available.

Internists Say Pay-for-Performance Programs Must Put Patients First

(Article, p. 792. A separate news release is available.)

U.S. Task Force Reaffirms Benefits of Screening All Over 18 for High Blood Pressure

(Clinical Guidelines, p. 783.)

Drugs Considered Inappropriate for Older Adults Cause Few Visits to Emergency Departments, Compared with Other Medications

(Article, p. 755.)

Survey Finds Many Physicians Agree with Professionalism Standards but Do Not Always Behave in Accordance with Reported Beliefs

(Academia and Clinic, p. 795; Editorial, p. 809.)


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