The systematic reviews were published as a Special Supplement to the October 2007 issue of Medical Care Research and Review, and an August 2012 Symposium in the Journal of General Internal Medicine.
What does JGIM stand for?
JGIM stands for Journal of General Internal Medicine
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The findings appeared in the Journal of General Internal Medicine.
People who receive care in an integrated health care system with electronic health records linked to its own pharmacy more often collect their new prescriptions for diabetes, cholesterol and high blood pressure medications than do people who receive care in a nonintegrated system, according to a Kaiser Permanente study published online in the Journal of General Internal Medicine.
Surviving Surrogate Decision-Making: What Helps and Hampers the Experience of Making Medical Decisions for Others," Journal of General Internal Medicine 22, no.
July is the month when thousands of young doctors begin medical residences, notes the study, published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine.
Nearly 1 in 10 primary care physicians has experienced a conflict over patient care policies with a hospital or practice affiliated with a religion, researchers from the University of Chicago reported online in the Journal of General Internal Medicine.
Nearly 1 in 10 primary care physicians in the United States has experienced a conflict over patient care policies with a hospital or practice affiliated with a religion, researchers from the University of Chicago reported online in the Journal of General Internal Medicine.
Journal of General Internal Medicine, 2009; 24(11): 1236-9.