Physicians have a long and difficult relationship with charging for their services. Many of us feel that health care is a human right, and we would and we DO frequently provide services without a trifle of a thought of reimbursement. Physicians are guided by their dedication to patients and stomping out human suffering, combining their intellect with kindness and caring. Unbeknownst to their patients, they are continuously dwelling in these ideals during both the most challenging and the most mundane moments of their daily work.
At the same time, physicians are dealing with a maelstrom of runaway ...
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I'm excited to announce I will be starting a new position as Hand Surgeon at Prevea Health in Green Bay, WI.
It's time to #listen. I frequently get female patients who come to me nearly hysterical because they have seen multiple physicians and they have felt like no one has listened to them, which is probably true. Today, on International Women's Day, we celebrate physicians listening to their patients in order to #embraceequity.
The Physician Collective and myDoqter have united to develop physician led technology solutions to support physicians and patients and re-empower the physician-patient relationship! Together we are building the health care technology of the future based on the values and principles of the profession of Medicine.
Integrating mindfulness into the decision-making of combatting the biggest concerns our society faces today seems like a no-brainer. So why isn't there a psychiatrist on the National COVID Task Force? This omission is a sure recipe for agony. America, let's do better! Read more here: https://simplypsych.com/psychiatrist-on-covid-task-force/