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Not Your Father’s Job Market – The Health Care Blog
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By KIM BELLARD If you, like me, continue to think that TikTok is mostly about dumb stunts (case in point: vandalizing school property in the ...

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I Am a Decision Maker, Not a Bookkeeper – The Health Care Blog
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By HANS DUVEFELT Perhaps it is because I love doctoring so much that I find some of the tools and tasks of my trade so tediously frustrating. I ...

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Winners & Losers Edition – The Health Care Blog
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By BRYAN CARMODY If you’re involved in medical education or residency selection, you know we’ve got problems. And starting a couple of years ...

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A Man With Sudden Onset of Gastroparesis – The Health Care Blog
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By HANS DUVEFELT Leo Dufour is not a diabetic. He is in his mid 50s, a light smoker with hypertension and a known hiatal hernia. He has had ...

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More Laughing, More Thinking – The Health Care Blog
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By KIM BELLARD There was a lot going on this week, as there always is, including the 20th anniversary of 9/11 and the beginning of the NFL season, ...

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Musings From a Futurist – The Health Care Blog
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By IAN MORRISON I should’ve been in Paris last week on vacation with my wife, instead I listened in to the Policies Techies VCS:  What’s Next For ...

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Metaverse and Health Care – A View From 50,000 Feet – The Health Care Blog
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by MIKE MAGEE dystopianADJECTIVE1. relating to or denoting an imagined state or society where there is great suffering or injustice.NOUN1. a person ...

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As Doctor Burnout Climbs, Can We Save Primary Care? – The Health Care Blog
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By RONALD DIXON Week after week, I hear from colleagues in diverse specialties about how exhausted they are from practicing medicine. It’s no ...

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Anxiety, Worry or Fear? Disappointment, Grief or Depression? – The Health Care Blog
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By HANS DUVEFELT Especially in these strange and uncertain times, many people feel uneasy. Some of them come to us with concerns over their state ...

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Selfish Much? – The Health Care Blog
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By KIM BELLARD In a week where we’ve seen the bungled Afghan withdrawal, had Texas show us its contempt for all sorts of rights, watched wildfires ...

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Does Our Healthcare System Work for the Most Vulnerable Americans? – The Health Care Blog
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By DEBORAH AFEZOLLI, CARL-PHILIPPE ROUSSEAU, HELEN FERNANDEZ, ELIZABETH LINDENBERGER “Why did you choose this field?” Most physicians ...

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Burnout? Not Even Close! – The Health Care Blog
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By HANS DUVEFELT I am a 68 year old family physician in rural Maine. This morning I read yet another article about physician burnout, this time in ...

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