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Jonathan Kaplan, MD, MPH, reflects on what he learned from buying a plastic surgery practice.
Special interests keep patients in the dark, right where hospitals want them.
Doctors can use the psychological techniques of deep listening and emotional validation to help patients feel heard and understood.
If you’re feeling burned out, here are some steps to take control and move beyond burnout.
Routinely evaluating patients’ needs in the increasingly on-demand approach to healthcare is critical to success.
The occasional negative patient complaint online can actually turn out to be a good thing for your reputation.
Advocacy takes time—a rarity for physicians. But there are five simple ways to advocate for needed healthcare changes.
Many doctors think leaving full-time employment equates to arduous travel, but that doesn’t necessarily need to be the case.
Quality primary care takes time with patients, so it’s time for physicians to press for the time needed to truly make needed change.