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Tales from the Trenches – A Late Night in the ED

True Tales of Medicine - Late Night in the ER

Tonight began like any other night. I sleepily entered the back door near the trauma bay and was greeted by a man sprinting down the hallway wearing one shoe, tighty-whities, and sporting handcuffs attached to one wrist.

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Preparing Your Medical Practice for a Disaster

How to Prepare a Medical Practice for Disaster

The year 2017 is remembered in infamy for its disasters: hurricanes, wildfires, blizzards, floods, heat waves, tornados, mudslides, mass shootings, school violence, terrorism, and more. What are the roles of physicians and their practices in disasters? What are their obligations? If a natural or man-made disaster shut down your office and wiped out your office records, would you know how to piece your practice back together and quickly start seeing patients again?

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Interview Readiness: How Job Seekers can Hedge their Bets

8 Simple Steps for Interview Preparedness

Understand that if you’ve been scheduled for an interview, you already have the qualifications needed. No one wastes valuable recruiting time on unqualified candidates. You meet or exceed the minimum criteria for the opening, so the next steps are important to move you from candidate hopeful to new hire. 

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Changing Times and Changing Minds – A Post for Future Physicians

In my dad’s time, I know he did hysterectomies, appendectomies, vein stripping, colon surgery, proctology, and many other things that just having his diploma and a knife qualified him for. True, it was a pretty good diploma as diplomas go, but today we know that you can’t know everything about everything.

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Why Is EHR Interoperability So Difficult?

Here is the reason electronic health record interoperability is so difficult

The point of the blame game isn’t to persecute the players, but to understand the dynamics of interoperability issues, in order to create solutions. Of the stakeholders, only policymakers have a clear, strong interest in promoting interoperability. They should ensure that cross-vendor interoperability isn’t prohibitively costly for EHR vendors and providers. Once the business case for interoperability outweighs the business case against it, both vendors and providers can pursue it without great harm to their bottom lines.

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3 Ways Physicians Can Decompress and Rejuvenate During Time Off

Practical Tips for Physicians to Overcome Work Stress

While there is not much that can be done to change the work day of a physician — how the provider copes with or responds to these stressful work conditions, can mean the difference between life and death. Maybe that is too extreme. However, what you do on your time off could determine whether you experience burnout or job satisfaction. Making the most of your days off can also contribute to the maintenance of mental stability and the avoidance of a nervous breakdown.

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Providing a Better Candidate Experience in Healthcare Recruitment

The best recruitment outcomes begin with candidate experience

How valuable is the candidate experience? Glassdoor reports that an investment in candidate experience has an immediate return: organizations with a strong candidate experience improve the quality of their hires by 70%. How much could your institution benefit?

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AMA Guidelines for Gifts to Doctors

Companies in the pharmaceutical, medical device, and medical equipment industries often give physicians gifts. These gifts serve socially beneficial functions, such as funding for educational seminars and conferences. There has been growing concern, however, that some gifts may be costly […]

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