Commentary

Opinion

Tabata training

The specific move you do for Tabatas is up to you, but it’s recommended that it be the same move for all 4 minutes.

Opinion

Damned documentation

Maybe little kids who used to dream of being firefighters will start to dream that they'll be file clerks with big red hats.

Law & Medicine

‘Captain of the ship’ doctrine

Under the “Captain of the Ship” doctrine, physicians may face growing liability risks from their assistants’ negligence.

Opinion

Stop extending credit

No business owner in his or her right mind allows customers to take away goods or services without paying for them; but doctors do it every day....

Opinion

Diet

Discussing diet, like politics, religion, or salary, is best done just with oneself. Yet, I’m compelled to share what I’ve learned.

Law & Medicine

Patients who record office visits

Is it legal for patients to record conversations with physicians without physicians’ knowledge?

News

New Medicare cards

The switch began on April 1, and is expected to take about a year as the CMS processes about half a dozen states at a time.

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