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The Cost of Delivering Bad News

The Cost of Delivering Bad News (0)

HCPLive article by Ed Rabinowitz Rene Mayo, MSW, LSWA, has been working with physicians in training for nearly 20 years. As a leader in MedStar Health’s palliative care program, she has

Why Are Medical Internships So Terrible?

Why Are Medical Internships So Terrible? (0)

NY Times article by SANDEEP JAUHAR APPROXIMATELY 26,000 newly minted doctors across the United States will begin their internships today. For many, this legendarily grueling year will be the most

How To Improve the Physician – Facility Relationship

How To Improve the Physician – Facility Relationship (0)

Forbes article by Josh Weisbrod and Tim van Biesen of Bain & Company The healthcare world is turbulent, and it’s been that way for a while. With all the recent changes

Top Healthcare CEO Salaries Revealed

Top Healthcare CEO Salaries Revealed (0)

Medcity News article by Nina Ruhe The Wall Street Journal released a report listing the highest paid CEOs from the top 300 companies in 2014. The following is a list of the

10 Tricks Doctors Use To Ration Care

10 Tricks Doctors Use To Ration Care (0)

HCPLive article by Arlen Meyers, MD, MBA A lot of people think that sick-care can learn a lot from Disney. In fact, when a large academic campus decided to relocate, they hired

Physicians Are Seeing More Patients Thanks to the ACA

Physicians Are Seeing More Patients Thanks to the ACA (0)

Medcape article by Robert Lowes On the eve of a Supreme Court decision that could cripple the Affordable Care Act (ACA), 59% of primary care physicians are seeing more patients who

Dr Oz Makes a New Hire… From Consumer Reports

Dr Oz Makes a New Hire… From Consumer Reports (1)

Medscape article by Robert Lowes After recent criticism that it dispenses unscientific medical advice, the television show hosted by Mehmet Oz, MD, has hired a preventive medicine specialist from Consumer Reports

Better Quality = Fewer Malpractice Suits?

Better Quality = Fewer Malpractice Suits? (0)

HealthLeaders Media article by Tinker Ready Research suggests that hospitals can reduce liability claims with or without tort reform. The quality of hospital care may have just as much of an impact

Challenges Facing Part Time Doctors

Challenges Facing Part Time Doctors (0)

HCPLive article by Arlen Meyers, MD, MBA Stay-at-home docs are growing in number. More physicians want work-life balance and relief from stress, and generational differences are causing women and millennials to question

Are You Liable For Your Employer’s Fraud?

Are You Liable For Your Employer’s Fraud? (0)

MedPage Article by R. Brown MD, MSW There is not a day that goes by when physicians and patients don’t hear about the arrest or legal action taken against physicians

What’s Happening with IPAB?

What’s Happening with IPAB? (0)

MedPage article by Leigh Page Feared and Disliked The Independent Payment Advisory Board (IPAB), which would cut Medicare reimbursements to doctors if Medicare inflation reaches a certain target, is strongly feared

10 Reasons the Doctor-Funded Start-Up Model Might Fail

10 Reasons the Doctor-Funded Start-Up Model Might Fail (0)

HCPLive article by Arlen Meyers, MD, MBA One strategy some biomedical and health entrepreneurs use to raise money and do customer discovery is to follow a doctor-funded startup strategy. If you

Major Changes to Medicaid Are Coming

Major Changes to Medicaid Are Coming (0)

MEDPAGE article by Shannon Firth WASHINGTON — This week, Congress took a break, while Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and the FDA got to work. CMS proposed major

3 Tricks to Surviving a Malpractice Suit

3 Tricks to Surviving a Malpractice Suit (0)

MD Magazine article by Dave Denniston, CFA and Ilene Brenner, MD What is your worst nightmare? What if you could no longer practice? What if you were tied up in the courts

10 Defining Qualities of Physician Entrepreneurship

10 Defining Qualities of Physician Entrepreneurship (0)

SOPE article by Arlen Meyers, MD Victor Fuchs and Mark Cullen recently published an article in JAMA questioning the impact of health systems change on doctors and how the medical educational establishment should

Why All Doctors Should Be Entrepreneurs

Why All Doctors Should Be Entrepreneurs (0)

Forbes article by Larry Myler Years ago, in my class of sixty MBA students, there were two medical doctors. At the time I thought that was strange. Why would doctors,

The Best And Worst States For Doctors In 2015

The Best And Worst States For Doctors In 2015 (0)

Forbes article by Kathryn Dill As the medical field continues to adapt to new technologies, regulations, and the needs of a changing population, personal finance site WalletHub took a look

7 Habits of Chronically Unhappy People

7 Habits of Chronically Unhappy People (0)

Huffington Post The Blog post by Tamara Star I often teach about happiness and what has become exceedingly clear is this: There are seven qualities chronically unhappy people have mastered.

Emergency Medicine Physician Thrives in ER and Behind the Lens

Emergency Medicine Physician Thrives in ER and Behind the Lens (0)

Physician’s Money Digest article by Ed Rabinowitz GuskyJeffrey Gusky, MD, FACEP, lives 2 lives — one as an emergency physician, and the other as a fine-art photographer and explorer. Gusky

Pilots Need Mental Health Screening — And Doctors Do, Too

Pilots Need Mental Health Screening — And Doctors Do, Too (0)

Forbes article by Arthur Caplan The entirely predictable media obsession with the tragedy of the Germanwings jetliner that crashed into the French Alps on March 25 is moving forward full