Each day, this doctor has to give care to a wide variety of challenging patients. As a practice owner, these patients represent his livelihood.
Daniel Hoffman, MD
A new year means some patients will have new insurance plans, meaning a lot of transition for this doctor's practice and his patients.
A great staff and remaining independent has given Dr. Hoffman a lot to be thankful for this holiday season.
As a doctor, you should be willing to care for patients, even if it means coming in to help them after a natural disaster.
This older doc describes the attitude of many young residents who would rather have a job than a profession.
Employed physicians—and their patients—are at a true disadvantage in putting restrictions on visits by pharmaceutical firms.
All patients bleed red and will likely pay in green, but physicians have to make sure to watch out for themselves.
Dr. Daniel Hoffman's guide on what to do if your patient has to leave your practice, for one reason or another.
My practice made an unexpected visitor a way to relax both employees and patients.
Some patients just assume physicians are rich and they don't need the money. Thus, they skip out on paying their bills.