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  1. Are prescription drug monitoring programs associated with changes in fatal and nonfatal overdoses? Authors of Annals @DavidSFink et al review: http://bit.ly/2jDCVmZ .

  2. ICYMI Don't miss Jade R. Blue's on Finding the Funny in Diagnosis and Surgery http://bit.ly/2jrG8Go 

  3. Annals of Int Med Retweeted

    As HIV-infected adults in the U.S. live longer, are they vulnerable to specific kinds of cancer? Get the perspective of @CarlosdelRio7 @AnnalsofIM https://jwat.ch/2jJN69R 

  4. Annals of Int Med Retweeted

    Physician burnout in the EHR era

    Are physicians burning out because they are inundated with non-physician tasks?

    Click link: http://annals.org/aim/article-abstract/2680726/physician-burnout-electronic-health-record-era-we-ignoring-real-cause 

    An interesting piece on whether EHRs are serving us well

  5. Authors of Annals @ldowningmd @DBatesSafety @calonghurst present data comparing EHR use in other countries with that in the US and offer possible explanations and solutions to dissatisfaction with EHR http://bit.ly/2FS3L3u .

  6. Do you talk to your patients with dementia about access to ? Learn more in this article from Annals by @admccourt [email protected] that dives into clinical considerations for firearms and : http://bit.ly/2rqRr5R 

  7. We want to hear your thoughts on treatment targets for type 2 diabetes. Visit http://www.annals.org  & 'Submit a Manuscript' tab to find out how to submit a brief commentary by May 30. Submissions will be considered for publication in July…

  8. Annals of Int Med Retweeted

    New from @NCIEpiTraining in @AnnalsofIM: projected cancer incidence & burden in U.S. HIV+ population through 2030. Implications for targeted screening, treatment, & prevention http://annals.org/aim/article-abstract/2680725/projected-cancer-incidence-rates-burden-incident-cancer-cases-hiv-infected 

  9. Annals of Int Med Retweeted

    4 steps to decreasing burnout in the EHR era

    1 Simplify regulations on documentation requirements
    2 NLP & voice recognition
    3 Team-based approach to documentation
    4 Pts contribute to documentation

    My 2 cents: Let's also design for users needshttps://bit.ly/2HZDxBY 

  10. A systematic review in Annals on association between prescription drug monitoring programs and nonfatal and fatal drug overdoses by @DavidSFink et al. http://bit.ly/2jDCVmZ 

  11. and are expected to be the most common cancers by 2030 among aging population http://bit.ly/2rt38s5 .

  12. Should you be talking to your patients with dementia about firearms? access to latest in Annals: Firearms and - Clinical Considerations http://bit.ly/2rqRr5R .

  13. Annals of Int Med Retweeted

    Electronic health records are driving doctor burnout, but there are ways out of this abject failure. One is to reboot the standards of what's in the note http://annals.org/aim/article-abstract/2680726/physician-burnout-electronic-health-record-era-we-ignoring-real-cause  @AnnalsofIM by @ldowningmd @DBatesSafety @calonghurst

  14. Annals of Int Med Retweeted

    Terrific @AnnalsofIM piece by @ldowningmd @DBatesSafety @calonghurst – highlights role of excess documentation requirements (rather than pure design problems) in MD unhappiness over http://bit.ly/2rudeJ5  Key paragraph & figure below: