A huge thank you for your continuing readership in 2016. I sincerely appreciate the vibrant KevinMD community, driven by your readership, contributions, and conversations.
KevinMD is about to enter its 13th year as the leading platform for the voice of the health care professional. I look forward to another great year.
Here are the most popular posts of 2016:
1. An open letter to Justin Timberlake
2. The opioid epidemic: It’s time to place ...
Thanks so much for visiting and reading KevinMD.com! 2014 was the busiest year yet.
Below are the most popular posts of the year, measured by number of shares on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+. Enjoy.
1. Frozen in the hospital! Watch medical students sing Let It Go. The University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine Class of 2016 sings “Let It Go,” or ...
Dr. Arlen Myers, president of the Society of Physician Entrepreneurs, can give you ten good reasons why doctors make great entrepreneurs. However, in my many years of working with physicians, I have learned when it comes to a business idea, doctors, like most new entrepreneurs, often need help getting the nuances wrestled to the ground.
For example, I remember the conversation with an ED medical director about the importance of using “ER” ...
Two of my recent columns were recently published.
The first is in USA Today: Electronic medical records no cure-all yet. While EMRs are here to stay, they are generally antiquated programs that divert providers' attention away from patients:
More time in front of computers means less time for patients.
An American Journal of Emergency Medicine study found that emergency physicians spent 43% of their time entering data into a computer, compared with only ...
KevinMD.com shares the stories of the many who intersect with our health care system, but are rarely heard from. Over 2500 articles were published this year from these voices, including practicing physicians, patients, policy experts, nurses, social workers, medical students, and hospital chaplains, among others.
I sincerely appreciate your continued readership and conversation.
Here are the most popular posts of 2013.
I am honored to be offered the opportunity to share my social media journey to health care audiences at conferences nationwide. It's truly enlightening to meet, and learn from, a diverse array of individuals, each with a different perspective of social media's place in health care.
This fall, I will be speaking at conferences in Boston, New York City, and ...