Alison Christy, MD, PhD utilizes fun, irreverent stories of women from the history of medicine to illustrate how we can increase diversity and underrepresented minorities in medicine.
Alison Christy, MD, PhD shares the story of Harriet Edgeworth, PhD, who developed myasthenia gravis after the 1918 flu, but was dismissed by doctors at the time.
Alison Christy, MD, PhD, tells us about the life and advocacy of Dr. Mary Putnam Jacobi, the first female physician to focus on neurology.
Regina S. Druz, MD, MBA claims that value-based care (VBC) is gaining momentum in primary and specialty care. Healthcare entrepreneurs need to understand the core features of the VBC to create products and business opportunities for scale and sustainability.
Gail Miller, MD admits that reproductive history questions/comments are often triggering. The result can be mistrust and a setup for negative doctor-patient relationships. She delivers tips on how to avoid this.
Catch this 8-part series, hosted by physician & business consultant David Norris, MD, MBA & produced by Dana Corriel, MD. Learn to be a stronger negotiator with these important tactics.
Sean Hashmi, MD, MS, FASN passes on evidence-based benefits of plant-based diets in reducing the progression of kidney disease.
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