The practice of medicine has turned into the business of medicine. ... He is board certified in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics and was an early adopter of electronic medical records.
I have always been ashamed that my practice of five internal medicine doctors was embezzled by our trusted long-time bookkeeper. ... I thought I had a handle on the business of Medicine.
It's not simply because I have little interest in the business of medicine. ... While I've never regarded myself as business savvy, perhaps I'm onto something here.
First and foremost, how did the medical profession surrender so much to the business of medicine that a situation like this could happen? ... And thirdly, perhaps most worryingly, is this the future of medicine in the United States?
First of all, customers in the business world have unique characteristics, identifying traits, if you will. ... And the masses, especially the masses of health care customers, are not uniformly enlightened enough to tell us how to conduct the age-old
In all, he's invested about $600,000 for 11 pieces of equipment, but his aesthetics business is free of insurance hassles. ... Dr. Johnson is part of a growing number of internists who are embracing aesthetic medicine as a way to counterbalance low
Louis, Mo. Other education: MBA, focused on business of medicine, Johns Hopkins University. ... Current challenge: In a sense, NIDDK is sort of the institute of internal medicine, I tend to joke with colleagues.
Pelzman, MD, an associate professor of medicine at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital in New York City. ... being underprepared to understand the business of medicine, quality metrics, and incentive-based care.
Specialty: Internal medicine. Something I wish I'd learned in medical school: I wish I'd learned about the business of medicine, and about money and finances. ... I just wasn't meant to do the office practice, nine-to-five type of medicine.
It touches hospital medicine wherever you are and impacts all aspects of internal medicine practice,” he stressed. ... Eldadah said. 2. Always consider risks. “We're all in the business of medicine,” Dr.