Monthly Archives: September 2014

Demand for Medical Scribes Growing Rapidly

By: Dr. Ken Teufel “Making physicians into secretaries is not a winning proposition,” says Dr. Christine Sinsky, a primary care physician in Dubuque, Iowa. The demands of entering data into a computer while talking to and examining a patient has been shown to be a major source of physician dissatisfaction, according to a study published…
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8 Signs You Work In A Hospital

This BuzzFeed list gave us a good laugh this week and we decided it was too amusing not to share.  Working in a hospital can be stressful, but, it’s always good to know that other physicians and healthcare providers feel your same pain.  Here are 10 signs that you work in a hospital: 1. Hand…
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Why Patients NEED To Stop Looking To The Web For Medical Advice

Members of the American Osteopathic Association’s (AOA) are endorsing the message that should force patients to be slightly more cautious when downloading and following health apps. Patients can fall victim to the dangers of relying solely on medical websites or mobile apps to self-diagnose illness or injury. Patients should be aware that despite the incredible…
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