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Physicians have the best job in the world

Physicians have the best job in the world. Sometimes that’s hard to see, but let’s not forget it. Thank you, Jamie Katuna. Your patients are rating you online: How to respond. Manage your online reputation: A social media guide. Find out

The sad reality that medical consultants face

What should a medical consultant do when the referring physician wants a procedure that the consultant does not favor? Of course, this sounds like a layup. The consultant, readers would surmise, should have a conversation with the referring colleague to explain why the procedure

MKSAP: 57-year-old man is seen after results of a carotid ultrasound

Test your medicine knowledge with the MKSAP challenge, in partnership with the American College of Physicians. A 57-year-old man is seen for follow-up evaluation after results of a carotid ultrasound obtained to investigate a left neck bruit show a mixed density plaque at the

KevinMD keynotes #TexMed2017: Facebook Live Q&A

I had the distinct pleasure of keynoting TexMed 썡 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

How should opioids be prescribed?

According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the U.S. in the midst of a major public health crisis regarding the misuse of opioid medications.| Today, more people die of overdoses related to the use of opioids than

5 things doctors should know about compassion fatigue

For many physicians, the term “compassion fatigueâ may imply, as the words describe, that fatigue leads to the loss of ability to feel compassion for others. After all, what physician doesn’t have a day when s/he is too tired, running on

It is not a great time to be a pharmaceutical rep

More than a decade ago, the job of the pharmaceutical rep was enviable. Direct-to-consumer advertising pre-sold many drugs so doctors already knew about them. Medical offices welcomed the reps who were usually physically attractive and brought lunch. In fact, reps sometimes had their

How I went from the bottom to the top 1 percentile on board exams

Most doctors are very bright people. I believe that what often sets apart those who perform well on the job and on exams isn’t raw intelligence but rather the ability to learn effectively. In the MCAT and USMLE steps 1, 2, and 3,

Does telemedicine save or cost money?

Over 1 million virtual doctor visits were reported in 2015. Telehealth companies have long asserted that increased access to physicians via video or phone conferencing saves money by reducing office visits and Emergency Department care. But a new study calls this cost savings into

The importance of a doctors’ union in the age of Gorsuch

Before I started my residency program at Boston Medical Center (BMC), I had no idea that residents were unionized at 60 hospitals across the country. I actually didn’t know much about unions or the labor movement until I got involved in