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February 28, 2022
Mike Middleton, M.D., is a nuclear medicine physician in Texas and also is an award-winning accordionist.
Doctors face increased burnout rates, loss of autonomy and greater financial threats from nonphysician practitioners
There are plenty of reasons for people to get their estate planning done despite, or even because of, potential future changes from Congress.
Whom to appoint should be an area of focus for physicians with significant accumulated wealth as they plan their estates.
A recent survey found that 73% of health systems, including hospital and physician organizations, reported their data infrastructures are unprepared to respond to attacks.
Although much of the discourse around telehealth rightfully focuses on its benefits, the potential drawbacks and limitations are often glossed over, particularly around provider burden
When housing, transportation and other nonclinical data are shared electronically, clinicians can better understand their patients’ needs
Don’t buy until you try: How to tell whether the ‘next big thing’ is right for your practice
Text messaging is a proven way to quickly reach and successfully engage with patients and their caregivers, staff and other stakeholders.
Artificial intelligence is already here and is expected to have major impacts on the way physicians practice medicine.
These myths are often repeated, but they aren't necessarily true. Which ones have you fallen for?