Practice under Pressure: Primary Care Physicians and Their Medicine in the Twenty-First Century

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Index
alternative providers, 13–14; care quality, 13–14; health reform and, 195, 197–198; numbers of, 14; relationships with primary care physicians, 14, 37–39, 183–186; role of, 13–14, 37–39. See also primary care physicians
behavioral health care, 91–97; prevalence in primary care, 92–93, 191–192; as primary care addition, 207–208
capitation payment, 176–177
care coordination, 57–58
chronic diseases: cardiovascular disease, 4; depression, 5, 93; diabetes, 4–5, 44; obesity, 4; prevalence of, 3; primary care visits for, 32–33, 44–46
community-based outpatient care, 203–204
“Diagnostic Related Groupings” (DRGs), 65
educational debt, 110–112
female role models in medicine, 134–136. See also women physicians
fragmented care, 116–117, 119–120
generalist physicians, 7–10; history of, 7–10; Marcus Welby and, 2; need for, 3; relationship with specialists, 7–8; workday, 8–9
“going native,” 217–218
health care teams, 37–39, 183–186
health care workforce, 10–12, 21–23; shortages, 156
hospitalists, 18, 66–67, 75–76
immigrant physicians, 22–23; differences from U.S.-born physicians, 22–23, 156–160, 162–167; discrimination against and acceptance of, 164–167; language barriers, 165–167; practice style, 161; quality-of-care comparisons, 157; role in primary care, 162, 167–169; as safety net providers, 162–164; statistics on, 155–156, 162; U.S. versus foreign-born immigrant physicians, 156–157
interview questions, 217
leadership in primary care, 197
lifestyle, 101–104; 107–109; fit with hospital medicine, 71–72; women physicians and, 136–137, 147–150
listening to patients, 96–97, 141–143

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