Volume 37, Issue 6
What is the differentiator between the terrible physician leader and the phenomenal one?
This article provides you with the nine components of a one-page marketing plan that will be easy to create and implement into nearly every medical practice.
Addressing a problem that is rarely discussed in the patient care context, author Dr. Joan Naidorf describes the four types of difficult patients, and introduces simple, actionable tools that every physician, nurse, and care-provider can use to chang...
The perpetual influx of innovative technologies into the healthcare delivery process simultaneously offers ongoing medical advances and personal challenges for practicing physicians.
Top performers — smooth-running, efficient medical practices that consistently produce well above average profitability — almost always present a noticable kind of ambiance to patients and visitors.
Windows are gateways to the human mind, and looking through them is a time-honored exercise in reflection and introspection.
It is prudent for every physician to understand tort law and the foundations of medical negligence, because medical negligence is the most common basis for a medical malpractice action.
This article argues that healthcare organizations should create exceptional onboarding experiences and describes what exceptional onboarding looks like.
This article provides a brief history of early Greek medicine and discusses how those early physicians have impacted modern medicine and presents lessons we can learn today from those giants whose shoulders we stand upon.
Should Long-Term Care Facilities be Considered Cost-Efficient in Future Medicare and Medicaid Financial Policies?
By not discharging patients to LTCHs and using equally functional post-acute care alternatives such as skilled nursing facilities, inpatient rehab facilities, or home healthcare, Medicare could save $4.6 billion a year, with no adverse effects on pat...