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The Rise of the Expert Patient in Cancer: From Backseat Passenger to Co-navigator
Many patients have devoted time and effort to learning about their diagnosis and have engaged (or want to) in a collaborative relationship that benefits their care. This represents a shift from the more traditional health care paradigm, where the doctor is the primary content expert providing education and recommendations. To engage with expert patients, clinicians must acknowledge their existence as experts on their own diseases and that they can be a valuable resource and want to become more deeply involved.
Oncology, Medical April 5th 2022
Eight Scary Financial Mistakes Physicians Make with Their Money
Just because they are highly educated and high-income earners does not mean physicians are immune from making bad financial decisions. Poor investment decisions, failure to plan for taxes, and escalating debt loads are just a few of the financial issues that plague doctors across the US.
All Specialties February 1st 2022
How Telemedicine Ruined a Physician’s Career
This independent contractor to telemedicine companies relates how, in their case, the National Physician Databank “has been weaponized” against physicians in an attempt to create practitioners who are compliant with the telemedicine company policies.
Family Medicine/General Practice January 5th 2022
The End of the Beginning—Lessons From the First 10 Years as an Oncologist
An oncologist reflects on his last decade as a physician and what he’s learning through the art of oncology — the daily practice that is outside the latest data and is often not explicitly taught in fellowship — that has become ever more important and gratifying. Age, a changing work environment, a pandemic and telemedicine, reports of physician burnout, and colleagues leaving practice — all part of the daily routine. Here, the oncologist shares a few key rules that that have helped and sustained his practice.
Hematology December 21st 2021
11 Top EHRs and What They Offer
You want speedy access to comprehensive records. Clinical decision-making tools. Optimized communication and data exchange. EHRs should be as unique as you, so whether you’re looking to replace or implement your first, this list can get you started.
Allergy & Immunology November 16th 2021
9 Lessons for Doctors from Improv Comedy
As a physician, you improvise every day but may not even realize it. From interpreting non-verbal cues to dealing with unexpected twists in a case, improv is critical. And research shows that taking some classes for the skill enhances communication, improves diagnostic accuracy, boosts patient satisfaction, and reduces physicians’ stress. So, what are you waiting for?
Uncategorized September 28th 2021