MedDocLive asked, you Over the next four weeks we will highlight and recognize four COVID-19 heroes. Hear about their impact through MDL’s LinkedIn, Instagram, and Facebook posts. MedDocLive’s first COVID-19 Scholarship Winner: Dr. Adrienne Cobb from Loyola University Medical Center During the pandemic, Dr. Cobb was a fourth year general surgery resident. Dr. Cobb was pulled off her designated services and re-purposed to Trauma or ICU coverage. Dr. Cobb was specifically placed on the COVID-19
BY ZACHARY FRIDIRICI, MD Dear Epic, It has been a long time since we sat and had an honest exchange. Sorry for the neglect. I just cannot find the time to update my shortcuts. Nothing personal, but nothing is personalized. Time is finite and the opportunity cost to keep you current is too high. Between seeing patients, writing notes, placing orders, pre-authorizations, operating, enslavement to my in-basket, and being a semi-present father/husband you drift down
Case in Point By Kerry Spaedy, Lindsey Goeders and Courtney Kiss | January 16, 2019 http://www.associationforum-digital.com/associationforum “Education is no longer thought of as a preparation for adult life, but as a continuing process of growth and development from birth until death.” – Stephen Mitchell, author of The Enlightened Heart. Seminars, white papers, conferences, journals, webinars, books and magazines—these are among the methods that nonprofits of all types and sizes use to educate members. Today, many organizations
SAMIR SHAH, MD & ZACHARY FRIDIRICI, MD Published: “The Positive Impact Model for Physician Burnout” AMA Physician Innovation Network, American Medical Association, 26 Dec. 2018, innovationmatch.ama-assn.org/content_items/the-positive-impact-model-for-physician-burnout.
RAHIL KRISHANA, MD, MBA At go-live, the goal of every Electronic Health Record (EHR) firm or consultant should be to make the provider feel as comfortable with the software as possible. Ultimately, comfort translates directly into charting efficiency, an improved patient experience, and patient safety. For me, helping physicians thrive, not just survive while using their EHR is the goal. It brings me great joy to effectively relay my EHR knowledge (accumulated through grueling years of training