Should Patients Be Advised to 'Think Positive'?
Doctor Lifestyle

Should Patients Be Advised to 'Think Positive'?

During the course of one’s lifetime, an individual goes through a mix of emotions: happy, sad, mad, glad...When a patient receives a cancer diagnosis, they might feel frightened or overwhelmed.
CME Travel: Traveling With Purpose
Doctor Lifestyle

CME Travel: Traveling With Purpose

It’s important to practice medicine with the understanding that it’s a journey.
How Can Doctors Reduce Patient Readmission into the Hospital?
Doctor Reputation

How Can Doctors Reduce Patient Readmission into the Hospital?

Hospital readmissions are associated with increased financial costs and poor patient outcomes.
Do the Best Hospital Ratings Mean Better Care?
Clinical News

Do the Best Hospital Ratings Mean Better Care?

There is no doubt whatsoever that hospital rankings matter to patients.
How to Modernize Your Website
Practice Marketing

How to Modernize Your Website

Nowadays, the internet has drastically altered healthcare, allowing patients to manage their health online, schedule appointments, pay medical bills, read doctors’ reviews, research medical conditions, and seek out treatment options.
What Doctors Should Ask in a Job Interview
Doctor Reputation

What Doctors Should Ask in a Job Interview

Job interviews give employers the opportunity to find the best of the best. They want to see if you are a good fit for the current position, which is why interview questions can be rather difficult.
Is the Internet Harming Your Practice and Patients?
Doctor Reputation

Is the Internet Harming Your Practice and Patients?

It’s rarely a great thing for a doctor to have a patient walk in with a self made diagnosis.
Do You Charge Patients for Missing Appointments? Should You?
Doctor Reputation

Do You Charge Patients for Missing Appointments? Should You?

Patients not arriving for appointments can make a doctor’s day worse.
10 Most Common HIPAA Violations
Clinical News

10 Most Common HIPAA Violations

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, also known as HIPAA, was passed in 1996 to uphold the standards of security, privacy, and transfer-ability of personal health information.
Should Physicians Have an IT Consultant? When?
Clinical News

Should Physicians Have an IT Consultant? When?

More and more of the paperwork the doctor does is becoming digitized.
Copying with First Years as a Doctor
Doctor Lifestyle

Coping With First Years as a Doctor

Nothing beats the feeling of getting into medical school.
Respecting a Patient's Right to Choose
Doctor Reputation

Respecting a Patient's Right to Choose

The basic rights of human beings emphasize the importance of decision, behavior, action, expression, and protection by law. In healthcare, it is essential to respect the rights of all individuals who step foot in a health facility.
Treating Patients with Disabilities
Doctor Reputation

Treating Patients with Disabilities

Treating patients with disabilities can be a little complicated.
Where's the Best Place to Practice?
Doctor Lifestyle

Where's the Best Place to Practice?

Young doctors, mid-career doctors and senior doctors, each have different perspectives as to what constitutes the best place to practice medicine.
What Doctors Can Learn from Blogging
Branding & Exposure

What Doctors Can Learn from Blogging

Blogs are great ways of communication.
What Happens After Physician Burnout?
Doctor Lifestyle

What Happens After Physician Burnout?

Being a physician can be rewarding profession, but it can also be challenging. It involves waging an invisible battle with the concealed forces of physician burnout – cynicism, exhaustion, and doubt.
What Do Patients Look for in a Hospital?
Doctor Reputation

What Do Patients Look for in a Hospital?

Choosing a hospital is a lot like choosing a doctor.
What Doctors Can Learn from Twitter
Branding & Exposure

What Doctors Can Learn from Twitter

Social media platforms are a great way for doctors to spread awareness on health-related topics, manage their own reputations, market their practices, and attract new patients.
Is There a Right Way to Handle Discrimination from Patients?
Doctor Reputation

Is There a Right Way to Handle Discrimination from Patients?

Discrimination is defined as biased or prejudicial treatment of an individual or a group of individuals based on traits such as gender, age, sexual orientation, race, or religion.
Medical Office Managers and Their Importance In Practice Care
Clinical News

Medical Office Managers and Their Importance In Practice Care

In every industry, management is a widely diverse job that comes with a lot of responsibilities.
Medical practice marketing strategies
Practice Marketing

The Best Ways for Medical Practices to Reach More Patients

In today’s modern world, both marketing and media have become a fundamental part of organizational growth–even for medical practices. To reach audiences such as consumers, patients, adolescents, seniors, and so on, you need to target your messages and marketing methods. The truth of the matter is, with the rising advancements in technology, more and more individuals are turning to the internet for answers, including health-related information. Therefore, you need to align your medical marketing strategies with what the marketplace is looking for.
What Your Patients Can Teach You
Doctor Lifestyle

What Your Patients Can Teach You

If you are content as a doctor and your days are filled with helping individuals, learning to listen to what your patients are saying can help you achieve success in your career.
Hospital-owned or Private Practice: What Doctors Should Know
Clinical News

Hospital-owned or Private Practice: What Doctors Should Know

As doctors there’s no shortage of working conditions and environments.

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