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From the Mouth of an M.D.

“They make these empty promises.”

Hearing directly from physicians on their work life is always so impactful to me. With the JHD Group, I enjoy helping physician groups and health systems learn how to work together in mutually beneficial relationships that benefit patients. 556 more words


TRENDING TODAY on CMT, NASHVILLE, TN: Not your grandfather's health care business model - more like your great-grandfather's

Aug 13, 2014 – — Physician assistant Robert Tomsett doesn’t take insurance at his primary care practice GracePointe Healthcare. Neither does dermatologist Melissa Langley or primary care physician-turned health coach… 502 more words

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Just Shoot Me...

When I saw the article a few months ago about the state of Florida actually making it a criminal act for physicians to ask about guns in the home during an office visit I shrugged it off. 457 more words

What Does Your Husband Do?

Sign Guy: What does your husband do?

Me: He’s a physician.

Sign Guy: Then why do you work?!

Before this somehow turns into a debate of… 316 more words


PINCKNEY, II, MD, TEXAS: CMT EXCLUSIVE, National Brand Exposure for Free? How One Texas Concierge Doc Ad with VistaPrint Ran On ESPN with 18M Viewers.

By Dr. James Pinckney II – CEO & Founder Diamond Physicians, CMT Contributor

SEPTEMBER 15, 2014 - I fell into acting my second year at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston and absolutely loved the thrill of being in front of a camera. 1,171 more words

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Clinical Advisor Weighs In on DPC in Marketplace

Can ‘concierge medicine’ improve primary care?

SEPTEMBER 11, 2014

the Clinical Advisor take:

Too many patients, too few providers, and too much paperwork have fractured primary care in the United States, according to an article published in Medical Economics. 365 more words


The Valley of Death - Low Variation, Low Cost Healthcare

In twenty years of taking care of patients, I never once had a patient say to me, “Hey, Doc, I want you to treat me just the same as the last person you took care of.” Nobody, ever. 1,024 more words