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Something Stolen

When I think of things that are stolen, I picture cat burglars & jewels, like Cary Grant opposite  Grace Kelly. Smooth, sleek, smart & debonair. Or the murder mystery heist: blood pooling under the pajama-wearing master of the house, shadows stark along the floor… and yet, other ‘things’ are stolen that are less visible, less quantifiable. 312 more words


Bilhartz, MD: 'This doctor is on a mission to take back medicine.'

Rocky Bilhartz, MD | Policy | August 25, 2015

I’m taking back medicine.

If you didn’t know it left or that someone stole it, I’ll give you a pass. 752 more words


InLight EHR: Going Solo into this Industry as a Young Doctor.

By Pri-Med/InLight EHR

AUGUST 29, 2015 – Opinions on whether or not Concierge Medicine or it’s low-cost, monthly companion, Direct Primary Care (DPC) is a good fit for medical residents and physicians starting their career in primary care are split. 382 more words


Water for Your Daughter

As a native to the high Rockies of Colorado, I grew up with mountains, rivers, and forests in my backyard. Free time was always spent outside, exploring the endless trails and views that the surrounding wild had to offer. 681 more words


NACKMAN, MD: 'Why this physician still loves medicine.'

Gary B. Nackman, MD | Physician | August 20, 2015

From every direction, the practice of medicine in the U.S. is under attack. If one were to believe the headlines, the American health care system is populated by insensitive, selfie-shooting, Medicare/Medicaid-cheating, inefficient, and ineffective physicians grappling with an over-regulating government, predatory insurance companies more concerned about profits than the health of their customers, and a legal system that more often confuses a bad medical outcome with actual malpractice.  575 more words


What if! Peter Mukarjea played Littlefinger

Well, the title of this post struck to me when I saw Peter Mukarajee, constantly changing his stand on Indrani Mukarjea’s arrest across the day. His first ever comment went like this, ‘The police will not make up a case and they would arrest a person only after they have something against her. 916 more words