Table 1.

The Three Most Frequently Read Articles in the Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine, 2016, Volume 29, By Issue

IssueArticleArticle Type
1 (January/February)1. Friedman A, Howard J, Shaw EK, Cohen DJ, Shahidi L, Ferrante JM. Facilitators and barriers to care coordination in patient-centered medical homes (PCMHs) from coordinators' perspectives1; research
2. Loskutova NY, Tsai AG, Fisher EB, et al. Patient navigators connecting patients to community resources to improve diabetes outcomes2; research
3. Weiss BD, Brega AG, LeBlanc WG, et al. Improving the effectiveness of medication review: guidance from the health literacy universal precautions toolkit3; research
2 (March/April)1. Wolfe RM, Pomerantz J, Miller DE, Weiss-Coleman R, Solomonides T. Obstructive sleep apnea: preoperative screening and postoperative care4; review
2. Mainous AG III, Tanner RJ, Baker R. Prediabetes diagnosis and treatment in primary care5; report
3. Chien AL, Qi J, Rainer B, Sachs DL, Helfrich YR. Treatment of acne in pregnancy6; review
3 (May/June)1. Pinto AD, Glattstein-Young G, Mohamed A, Bloch G, Leung F-H, Glazier RH. Building a foundation to reduce health inequities: routine collection of sociodemographic data in primary care7; research
2. Lam CA, Sherbourne C, Tang L, et al. The impact of community engagement on health, social, and utilization outcomes in depressed, impoverished populations: secondary findings from a randomized trial8; research
3. van Eeghen C, Littenberg B, Holman MD, Kessler R. Integrating behavioral health in primary care using lean workflow analysis: a case study9; research
4 (July/August)1. Raffoul M, Moore M, Kamerow D, Bazemore A. A primary care panel size of 2500 is neither accurate nor reasonable10; communication
2. Duane M, Contreras A, Jensen ET, White A. The performance of fertility awareness-based method apps marketed to avoid pregnancy11; report
3. DeFroda SF, Lamin E, Gil JA, Sindhu K, Ritterman S. Antibiotic prophylaxis for patients with a history of total joint replacement12; review
5 (September/October)1. Dexter EN, Fields S, Rdesinski RE, Sachdeva B, Yamashita D, Marino M. Patient–provider communication: does electronic messaging reduce incoming telephone calls?13; research
2. Litvin CB, Hyer JM, Ornstein SM. Use of clinical decision support to improve primary care identification and management of chronic kidney disease (CKD)14; research
3. Cameron BJ, Bazemore AW, Morley CP. Lost in translation: NIH funding for family medicine research remains limited15; brief
6 (November/December)1. Mainous AG III, Tanner RJ, Scuderi CB, Porter M, Carek PJ. Prediabetes screening and treatment in diabetes prevention: the impact of physician attitudes16; research
2. Shaughnessy AF, Cosgrove L, Lexchin JR. The need to systematically evaluate clinical practice guidelines17;
3. Mospan GA, Wargo KA. 5-Day versus 10-Day course of fluoroquinolones in outpatient males with a urinary tract infection (UTI) 18; research
  • Source: Content usage statistics for the JABFM, January 2016 through December 2016, HighWire Press. Accessed March 9, 2017. Rankings are updated monthly and based on hits received by articles archived on the JABFM website only.