Volume 37, Issue 3
This article provides a brief history of TikTok, the advantages and disadvantages of TikTok, and, finally, advice on getting started using TikTok in your practice by a physician who has implemented the app and has nearly 500,000 fans.
This article explores the basis for organizational distrust of curiosity and suggests that the potential benefits of having a curious workforce far outweigh the perceived risks.
By powering a new generation of tools and systems that make clinicians more aware of nuances, more efficient when delivering care, and more likely to get ahead of developing problems, AI will usher in a new era of clinical quality and exciting breakt...
Independent practices benefit from having a physician leader whose role is both formal and visible, and who often has paid time for nonclinical and administrative responsibilities.
This paper summarizes the use of EHRs during the COVID-19 pandemic and explores the role of EHRs in the future.
As the complexities of medical practice increase, business training has moved from a luxury to a necessity for new and practicing physicians' survival and success.
This four-part series will give the non-lawyer practicing physician an in-depth discussion of medical negligence law that will impact his or her daily practice of medicine.
2021 Hospital Quality Star Ratings: How Public Input Pressured Reform in Hospital Compare Star Ratings Calculation
This article aims to provide an informed outline regarding previous CMS Overall Hospital Quality Star Rating methodologies, difficulties, and the public’s impact on the current 2021 star rating updates.
Patients’ Views on Returning to the Office for In-Person Care During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Real-Time Survey to Inform Institutional Healthcare Planning Decisions
We surveyed our patients’ concerns about returning to in-person clinic visits to inform our efforts to address those concerns and maximize patients’ comfort in coming in for appropriate care. Additionally, we wanted to assess the effectiveness of usi...