How to have a successful life
Advice for new physicians as they enter the field.
How to Deal with Disappointed Patients
A physician offers advice on dealing with disappointed patients, offering advice from his real-life experiences.
How Physicians Can Navigate the Turbulence of Change
Navigating a change in your practice is a lot like going through turbulence in a plane. What can physicians learn from pilots?
How I Avoid Burnout
Burnout is a real issue that every industry faces. Lately, it appears to be growing among physicians. Here's how I work to avoid burnout.
Six Characteristics of an Effective Leader
Whether you are dealing with patients or staff, if you work to develop these six leadership characteristics, your effectiveness will increase.
How I Plan to Preserve My Medical Practice Income
This physician takes full responsibility for maximizing his practice revenue, by focusing on what he calls the four P's of exemplary patient care.
Problems with Medicine by Mandate
With the passage of health reform most physicians knew big changes were coming. But little did they realize that they would have more duties and responsibilities.
Knowledge the Key to Running Private Medical Practices
Physicians are facing many fears. Prime among them is an uncertain financial future. Anesthesiologist David Norris recommends acquiring sound business skills.
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