Volunteering during the pandemic: What doctors need to know
May 8, 2020
Just as others helped me achieve my goal of volunteering, I hope I can guide those who would like to do similar work by sharing details about my experience and other information I have collected about volunteering.
COVID-19 crisis: We must care for ourselves as we care for others
April 17, 2020
It’s a good time to consider developing plans for maintaining physical, mental, and social health.
NYU med student joins COVID fight: ‘Time to step up’
April 2, 2020
Unable to embrace his parents, he wondered if they would want him to volunteer.
NAM offers recommendations to fight clinician burnout
October 24, 2019
A National Academy of Medicine report provides a roadmap for both broad and targeted efforts to address clinician burnout.
Burnout gets personal for 68% of physicians
August 6, 2019
Young primary care providers beware.
Patients concerned about clinician burnout
June 24, 2019
Survey results suggest caregivers “may be conveying signs of burnout to their patients without knowing it.”
Residents are drowning in job offers – and debt
June 20, 2019
Young doctors are being recruited “like blue-chip athletes.”
Groups of physicians produce more accurate diagnoses than individuals
March 5, 2019
Diagnostic accuracy is highest in groups of physicians, compared with individuals and even specialists.
Lesson in Improper Allocations, Unaccounted for NP/PA Contributions
June 22, 2016
I visited during a hot Florida summer in the mid 1990s and could readily see that the practice was great in most respects. The large multispecialty group had recruited talented hospitalists and had put in place effective operational practices.
Things Hospitalists Want Hospital Administrators to Know
May 24, 2016
I think it is really cool that this publication has a series of articles on “What Cardiologists [or infection disease specialists, nephrologists, etc.] Want Hospitalists to Know.” I’m always interested to see which clinical topics made the list and which I’m already reasonably familiar with versus k