Healthgrades4 Must-Have Gadgets for Today’s Doctor

If your medical tools resemble those found in the doctor’s bag of yore, consider elevating your treatment style–and your own quality of life–and look to these gadgets for a new level of precision and care. Reliable devices still exist and should be used – but have you upgraded your arsenal recently? Discover the essential technology […]

Healthgrades5 Healthy Snacks for Doctors on the Go

You take care of others as your profession, but it is also important to remember to take care of yourself. You never know when you’re going to get a break to have a meal between shifts and appointments, so you need something quick, easy, and healthy. These are five tasty ways to keep your energy […]

Everyday HealthTwo Tales of Physician Assistant Burnout

From KevinMD.com comes the story of Hope Cook, who talks about her two bouts of burnout and how she overcame. “It takes courage, honesty, and a hard look at your role in the situation to overcome burnout. ‘Wusses’ are the ones who refuse to admit burnout and allow it to destroy their relationships, their career, […]

Healthgrades5 Great Career Sites for Doctors

Whether you’re a resident looking for your first job or itching for a change of scenery, there are plenty of websites out there that can assist in the hunt. But where do you start? Thankfully, Healthgrades features five outstanding job listing platforms for physicians looking to make a move or beginning their career in medicine.

Healthgrades5 Big Medical Hoaxes

Thanks to the Internet, more consumers than ever before are exposed to misleading, fraudulent medical hoaxes. These are five of the major culprits out there. Combat the misinformation for your patients and replace it with trustworthy, evidence-based research.

HealthgradesSix Things Never to Say to Patients

A study found 75% of doctors surveyed believed their discussions with patients were satisfactory, but just 21% of patients surveyed agreed. To provide the best care for your patients and protect yourself, be intentional when communicating with patients—and stay away from these six statements.