One way to fight burnout is to have a passion outside of medicine, or another passion within medicine. The work I do with KevinMD is what is preventing me from becoming a burned out, physician statistic.
What should you do if an insurance company denies a test? Record the name of the denying physician in the chart and take the burden of the denial off of your shoulders and onto the shoulders of a faceless, algorithm-following insurance clinician.
I had the distinct pleasure of keynoting TexMed 2017 in Houston, TX today.
The video above is a Facebook Live Q&A I did with member physicians.
Thanks to the Texas Medical Association for hosting me and doing such a great job with the conference.
If you’re interested in having me keynote your conference, I’m considering opportunities this Fall and in 2018.
Interested in having me keynote your conference? I have availability in Summer and Fall 2017, and am accepting engagements in 2018. Find out more at my keynote speaking page.
It is truly unfortunate that Daniel Neides used his platform, and the reputation of a world-renowned institution like the Cleveland Clinic, to propagate fake health news. In this case, he fails to dispel the false connection between vaccines and autism: “Make 2017 the year to avoid toxins (good luck) and master your domain: Words on Wellness.”
As director and chief operating officer of the Cleveland Clinic Wellness Institute, Dr. Neides …
I recently spoke at the Washington State Medical Association’s annual meeting. Here’s an interview shortly before the keynote. Enjoy.
I had the pleasure of addressing the AMA Medical Student Section today in a keynote. As I told them: To make a difference, you need to start with passion. There was no shortage of that from what I saw during the morning assembly.
Here is a short interview I did on Periscope shortly after the keynote. Enjoy.
Vox’s Sarah Kliff wrote a story of how patients are the health care system’s free labor. It’s a good article, go read it.
I did a quick take on Facebook Live, imploring doctors and patients that they need to be on the same side. We want to same thing: Better care for patients. Neither can change health care by themselves. If we truly want to make a difference, doctors and …
ProPublica’s Charles Ornstein wrote about online patient reviews today: “Doctors fire back at bad Yelp reviews — and reveal patients’ information online.” I thought it would be a good idea to share how clinicians can handle criticism online. Click on the Facebook Live video above for a replay.
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