November 10th 2023
How to improve communication between primary and specialty care.
October 30th 2023
Let’s look at key considerations for health care leaders as they invest in innovation.
October 26th 2023
The following strategies can improve access to primary care.
August 30th 2023
Staying independent allows doctors to improve on what they do best by enabling them to be nimble and innovative while focusing on satisfaction of patients and staff.
August 15th 2023
Advanced practice practitioners, retailers, telehealth are replacing doctor-patient relationship
Why we need to rethink treating obesity with physical activity
We need to re-examine the role of physical activity in obesity management. Here’s why.
How to overcome blind spots to better help patients
After speaking with multiple physician experts, I now have the tools to begin to identify and overcome my own implicit biases—and so can you.
Ethical principles in health care prove critical to protecting health care workers in pandemic
Many health care workers have seen their practice disrupted and their patients suffer fallout during the pandemic. These heroes need protection.
Why changing to concierge medicine during COVID-19 was the best decision I ever made
Far from being risky or ill-timed, my transition to concierge medicine has benefited both me and my patients in ways that continue to beautifully unfold.
Physicians, not payers, call the telemedicine shots
Health plans may limit patients’ in-network options
COVID-19 could be health care’s cure
AHA vs Azar lawsuit and next stimulus bill offer Americans 2 shots at winning transparency war
Who profits from our medical records?
And who should?
Why we need a ‘one-to-many’ telehealth model of care
Telehealth is here to stay. To make it sustainable and scalable, we must utilize remote technologies that enable a “one-to-many” model of care.
Is COVID-19 the impetus for a better U.S. health care system?
The COVID-19 crisis has laid bare these cracks in the U.S. health care system.
Coronavirus pandemic demonstrates disconnect between executives and doctors
Physicians and other health care workers have lost their jobs simply for trying to protect themselves.
Is this the end of the independent physician?
Primary care providers will soon return to their post as the essential frontline team to test and treat patients, and to help ensure the safety of our communities.
Coping with physician depression in the era of COVID-19
Physicians, just like the patients we serve, are facing an unprecedented emotional burden from the COVID-19 pandemic.
How telemedicine protects patients and practices from communicable diseases
From influenza to COVID-19, televisits are an increasingly valuable tool in the fight against the spread of infection
How Specialdocs concierge physicians innovate, connect in the time of COVID-19
How concierge physicians give back to patients during these challenging times.
Physician finances: What to do in these uncertain times
You don’t need a lecture about what to do and not to do with your money. What you need is a survival guide.
Transforming the patient experience: Tips for better patient communication
By focusing on communication and conveying information clearly and with compassion, physicians can bring the human touch to treatment that builds lasting relationships with patients.
Off-label prescribing in the era of COVID-19
Potential pitfalls physicians need to know about.
The Best Thing That Almost Happened to Healthcare
Lawmakers should support what 91 percent of Americans want, despite how much money they get paid to vote otherwise.
A solution to long patient wait times
Long wait times have a negative impact on patient satisfaction.
Helping patients become health literate
The benefits and challenges of making your practice more health literate
Direct care practices perfectly positioned to help patients during coronavirus outbreak
Direct primary care physicians are perfectly positioned to handle the coronavirus outbreak.
COVID-19 fallout: How will other needed care be provided during the pandemic?
There is no easy answer to this dilemma.
May I have my medical records, please?
New interoperability rules put patients in control of health data and play a key part of broader transparency effort
Making telehealth work for senior patients
Physicians will need telehealth during the coronavirus outbreak, especially senior patients.
Visionary leadership in healthcare: How to leverage board expertise
The multidisciplinary nature of healthcare requires a team approach to effectively navigate risks and opportunities.
Always running late? This simple tip can change a physician's life
The next time you're running late, remember this advice.
Why primary care is in crisis-and how to fix it
Fewer medical students are interested in primary care. Why?
2019 Physician Writing Contest: My unexpected use for postpartum
An honorable mention entry in the 2019 contest.
The deductible reset: How to help patients navigate it
The new year's deductible reset period may offer providers a new opportunity to strengthen the doctor-patient relationship
Dealing with 'deaths of despair': What physicians need to know
Life expectancy has decreased among middle-aged adults due to deaths of despair.
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