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Private or Employed??

Private or employed? This is one of the most important questions a provider asks themselves before leaving residency.

According to a report completed by Accenture in 2015, “A growing number of U.S. 1,164 more words

Dealing With Change


Ancient Sumerians wrote in cuneiform;
Ancient Egyptians wrote in hieroglyphics.
Ancient Americans write in cursive form;
Impatient physicians write in hieroglyphics.

As an ancient American who still writes poems in cursive form, I wish my fellow fathers everywhere a Happy Father’s Day. 


What's wrong with Healthcare?

Well that’s a loaded question if I’ve ever heard one! There’s a lot wrong with healthcare in the US today and it doesn’t seem to be improving anytime soon. 498 more words

Dealing With Change

How to Negotiate the Physician Employment Contract

Physician Employment Agreements are an important kind of contract between a physician and the healthcare unit that the physician works for. These agreements indicate the nature of employment relationship between these two entities. 462 more words

Healthcare Training

Doctors Write Rx to Prevent Gun Deaths

On Tuesday the American Medical Association addressed a persistent and deadly U.S. public health menace, and officially endorsed firearms safety measures, including:

  • Minimum age requirement of 21 to own or buy guns and ammo…
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Healthcare Transparency - Standing on the Backs of Giants

Healthcare has become a dystopian maze of policy, cost, and propaganda, ripe with deception and exploitation.

“Lack of transparency is a huge political advantage. And basically, call it the stupidity of the American voter” – J.

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A Harder Death for People With Intellectual Disabilities

Courtesy of TheNewYorkTimes.com | By Tim Lahey, M.D. | Photo by iStock | Originally Published 04.05.2018 | Posted 06.04.2018

Hanover, N.H. — Several weeks after my patient was admitted to the intensive care unit for pneumonia and other problems, a clear plastic tube sprouted up from the mechanical ventilator, onto his pillow and down into his trachea. 957 more words

Death And Dying