Editor's Picks

Call ‘Burnout’ What It Really Is

Truthfully, what is called burnout should more accurately be recognized for what it really is—abuse.

Fewer Coding Causing Gender Wage Gaps

A study suggests that female physicians use fewer codes than their male counterparts, resulting in a reimbursement gap.

VR Gaming Benefits Phantom Limb Pain

This study finds that exercising with a virtual limb can reduce pain by as much as 50%.

Important Factors Influencing Physician Recruitment

Opportunities for compensation and improved life-work balance were the most important factors.

PCPs Don't Fully Disclose Medical Errors

Only a handful of PCPs would fully disclose important information about medical errors to patients.

Latest Features

Beta-hCG, the FAD Diet That Just Won't Go Away

Beta-hCG, the FAD Diet That Just Won't Go Away

What does this mean for clinicians? It means they're doing harm.

Navigating the Unknown in The World of Lipid Management - Where are We Now?

Navigating the Unknown in The World of Lipid Management - Where are We Now?

Important questions regarding the prevention of CAD remain unanswered and the safety of lifelong statin use is still unclear.

Trump and Reproductive Healthcare

Trump and Reproductive Healthcare

OB/GYNs should be taking a more active role in protecting their patient's rights.

Latest Blogs

My Top 10 EHR Wish List

My Top 10 EHR Wish List

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EHRs continue to spread untold misery, and with each year a new EHR comes along that promises to be "better" than the last.

How Should Physicians Discuss Use of Off-Label Medications With Patients?

How Should Physicians Discuss Use of Off-Label Medications With Patients?

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Patients can be confused by such off-label use, so providing informed consent becomes a challenge.

Many Forms of Caffeine: Worth Asking About

Many Forms of Caffeine: Worth Asking About

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This got me wondering what actual amounts of caffeine are safe to consume, and how much is too much.

How Photography Made Me a Better Doctor

How Photography Made Me a Better Doctor

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But here's the weird thing—photography has helped me to be a better doctor.

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