In this episode, Dr. Corriel responds to a comment about paperwork in medicine, in which the term “logarrhea” – a new word she had never heard before – is used.

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Shoutouts & Links from this Episode:

Benjamin Bergman, who will be co-hosting a series on Digital Disruption soon.

Alejandro Badia’s episode on entrepreneurship, where we discussed how doctors today opt for employment over ownership.

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The Paperwork Episode [EPISODE]

This episode of Medicine Monologues covers "paperwork": how much is too much, where it comes to medical-record keeping? Dr. Corriel takes a dive.

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