The physician-patient relationship has changed
Physicians must change with it.
What's the true cause of physician burnout?
While many physicians don their white coat to care for those in need, they are confronted by a system that has stolen their autonomy and relegated them to the silent position of “provider.”
Pushing CME into the 21st century
While Continuing Medical Education (CME) and journals have kept me afloat, it is essential to find new creative ways to keep pace with the previous academic rigor of residency.
The need to expand telemedicine capabilities
With office visits jammed with complex patients and underserved communities aching from lack of access, physicians need to think outside of the box.
We must address the rising cost of medical school
A 2018 report from the U.S. Department of Education notes the average physician now graduates with $246,000 in loans.
A young physician’s view on EHRs
EHRs don't work well enough.
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