Ann F. Beach MD shares what happens when you’re on call and there’s no one to keep your four-year-old.
Dana Corriel, MD, pieces together a light commentary on entrepreneurial ventures, & challenges companies of today to bring in actual health experts to grow quality products.
Dr. Tolu Alugo shares tips to ensure that the gains made by children with a mental health diagnosis are maintained over the summer months.
Larry Volz, MD, writes about the importance of physician entrepreneurs staying in practice.
Kurt Scott, the founder of a leadership network & an old recruiter that’s seen who gets the chance and who gets left behind, shares his advice.
Rachel Beanland MD writes about how to find the right role models, so you can make a bigger impact as a doctor.
Do physicians have a “cushy” job? An anonymous submission about the silent takeover of medicine.
Dana Corriel, MD, brushes on the divide that exists in online physician groups, especially those that purport bringing doctors together to promote positive change.
Endless tagging has become a “thing”. Don’t make your colleagues feel used. Think twice before you tag.
An anonymous share about a recent online incident. Be careful when over-sharing online.
Adam Tabriz, MD writes about meeting healthcare enterprise demand by hybridizing blockchain and MongoDB.
Professor of emergency medicine Larissa May, MD, shares why she chose the executive MBA, even if each of us is more than two or three capital letters.