Physicians internalize medical mishaps and then are afraid to share them for fear of identification as a “bad doctor,” feeding into an impostor syndrome and depression.
Physician Assistants in Otolaryngology Can Be a Boon to Otolaryngology Practices With the Substantial Training They Receive
Accredited educational programs and on-the-job training equip physician assistants to master specialty-specific skills and tasks, making them invaluable to an otolaryngology practice.
Why Abusive Incidents Against Physicians Are Rising and What Can Be Done about It
Why Virtual Grand Rounds May Be Here to Stay
The COVID-19 pandemic effectively eliminated the option of group gatherings and compelled academic program directors to turn to a virtual format for their grand rounds.
Patient Satisfaction with Telemedicine Better Than Expected
After an initial scramble at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, telemedicine has turned into a patient pleaser.
Tips for Talking About Delicate or Controversial Subjects with Patients
For many physicians, discussing political beliefs or controversial advocacy work with patients seems inappropriate or even unethical, though many patients may have no problem with it.
Challenges of Treating Patients Who Are Also Physicians and How to Overcome Them
Common challenges when treating physician-patients include maintaining boundaries and avoiding assumptions about patient knowledge and behaviors.
How to Launch a Practice in the Millennial Age
Otolaryngologists rely on a mix of old and new tactics to attract patients.
Read This Before Agreeing to a Private Equity Deal
Physician practices need a clear understanding of why private equity may be a good option. Here’s what you need to know before agreeing to a deal.
How Best to Care for Biased Patients
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