Binging Netflix. Doing puzzles. COVID-19 has presented all of us with moments of isolation that are hard to push through. It’s been a dramatic shift in living, and with physicians taking care of the sick and dying, the task of leafing through a medical book is a daunting one when you just want to read […]
Are you one of those that makes a New Year’s Resolution, only to see it disappear by February? Don’t worry – you’re not alone. It’s not about making the list of what you want to achieve in the new year, it’s about “chunking” up that list into small, actionable, daily goals that you can achieve […]
Nearly half of physicians report the desire to work part-time or in a volunteer capacity upon retirement, a sentiment endorsed by the American Medical Association (AMA). The AMA also recommends retired physicians pursue meaningful activities that will offer a sense of purpose during retirement. But what do you choose? Here is a list of seven […]
2020 was brutal for healthcare workers, no question. Based on more than 1,250 responses from a survey sent out about how the pandemic has affected them both personally and professionally, MDLinx learned that roughly half of healthcare workers are seriously rethinking their careers or practice. Half! So then what is the outlook for 2021? Does […]
Investing earlier during your financial trajectory is a good idea: The earlier investments are made, the greater the time value of money. If you are interested in accumulating wealth, it is best to start early and pick some winning strategies. From our friends at MDLinx, here are 10 money moves to consider earlier rather than […]
Although the 2020 numbers will look much different, the 2019 Merritt Hawkins survey – representing 93 hospitals — shows significant increases over prior years in revenue driven for hospitals by a range of specialties, including internal medicine, cardiology, neurosurgery, and gastroenterology. How will the pandemic affect the financial outlook in 2020 and beyond, and where […]
There are plenty of options when it comes to working part-time as a physician. With all the hours you spent in residency, school, fellowship, and treating patients, it may be time for a well-deserved break that lets you explore different options in medicine. Before you start to burn out, investigate taking on one of these […]
In this podcast/article from KevinMD.com, the author questions how FIGS – a design-driven medical apparel company – let a flagrantly offensive advertisement against DOs get published, in addition to other criticism: “We should also ponder how – despite 150 years of DO education within the US – we’ve failed to correct the systemic discrimination against […]
Medical practices incorporate digital apps to improve online scheduling, send appointment reminders, and provide telemedicine options. And physicians now have entire medical libraries at their fingertips to confirm a diagnosis, check drug interactions, and collaborate with other HCPs. Here are some of the most popular medical apps for doctors, nurses, and medical students.
To help ready physicians with sound, scientific knowledge—untarnished by political views—essential to combating COVID-19, the Annals of Internal Medicine and the American College of Physicians hosted the COVID-19 Vaccine Forum on 10/16/20 to offer current, evidence-based information related to the science, approval processes, and development of clinical recommendations for vaccines.