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The Hack Is Coming

The Hack is Coming: Cybersecurity and Healthcare   In a recent listicle describing challenges common to doctors, Medical Economics laid out the usual1: staffing issues, insurance and contract negotiations, patient satisfaction drops, and malpractice lawsuits. However a couple stood out, things like marketing and technology concerns. While these go hand in hand, another pressing concern

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Biohacking Congress Las Vegas 2022

How do you Radically transform your practice, Obtain the competitive edge, and Dominate your market?   When you do this, you will be back in the driver’s seat and have your business thrive like never before!   Interested?   If this is something that you want for your business, we present it at length in

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Stem Cell Therapy for Chronic Pain Management

Scientific Review Stem Cell Therapy For Chronic Pain Management For your convenience, The Doctor’s Guide presents and summarizes selected key research from peer reviewed papers. The purpose is to help you identify future potential areas for patient management. As medical professionals, we don’t have the time to review as much as we like and here

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Corporate Start Up Considerations

Corporate Start Up Considerations   By: Chase Howard Florida Healthcare Law Firm Deciding you want to open your own practice or start a business is the first and most important step in creating something unique and building a brand. Understanding how to properly “start” that business and doing so correctly can be the difference between

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Back to burnout, the crisis continues

Back to burnout, the crisis continues   The times of abundant private practices and house calls are over, most physicians now belong to hospital systems or care networks. As recently as 2019 over 70% of physicians in the United States were employed by hospitals, insurance conglomerates, or corporations1. And with the changing paradigm comes new

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The Money Pit – how doctors fall in

The money pit – how doctors fall in     With income-growth stagnation among doctors being exacerbated by the pandemic, more and more doctors are finding themselves feeling a pinch in the pocket. Once adjusted for inflation rates, the average salary of doctors has been almost identical since the 1970s1. This is true across all specialties—from psychiatry to surgery and

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Staying Relevant With Your Patient

How relevant are you with your client base? There are two questions you need to ask yourself:   1. Do you have access to specific metrics that tell you that your marketing is as successful as it should be with your investment of time and money?     2. How much real time control do

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The Burnout Breakdown

The Burnout Breakdown It is impossible to talk about healthcare today without considering the paradigm-shift the pandemic has induced. Supply-chain shortages are rampant, low levels of vaccination have populated beds with COVID patients, there are less beds for common healthcare procedures leading to extended wait times for treatment. These, among other symptoms of a dysfunctional

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Wellness doesn’t need to be big

Wellness doesn’t need to be big  Most folks live in a world that’s fast-paced and ever-demanding, asking more and more of you each day. The moments you have to yourself where nothing is asked or needed are few and precious. Because of the world we live in it feels like spending any aliquot of your

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