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Medical Fiction

Medical Fiction: My Surly Valentine

In this tale, a pediatric neurologist's frustration with administration over a new MRI grows until catastrophe highlights the consequences of budget decisions. This...


Condition Spotlights include a collection of feature articles, study abstracts, and other resources all focused on a specific disease or condition.

Condition Spotlight: Tardive Dyskinesia

A collection of feature articles, study abstracts, and additional resources all focused on tardive dyskinesia (TD).

Condition Spotlight: eNSCLC

A collection of feature articles, study abstracts, and other resources all focused on early non-small-cell lung cancer (eNSCLC).

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Condition Spotlight: Chronic Spontaneous Urticaria

A collection of feature articles, study abstracts, and other resources all focused on chronic spontaneous urticaria (CSU).

Condition Spotlight: Crohn’s & Colitis

A collection of feature articles, study abstracts, and additional resources all focused on Crohn’s disease and colitis.


The latest news from key medical conferences, including features, abstracts, information about the conference, and more.




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ENT or Therapy?

Medical cartoon about wife complaining about husband to ENT doctor

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Zoom No More

Medical cartoon about returning to in-person office visits.

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Medical Music

"Can you switch my medication to something that has a better song in its commercial?"




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How Physicians Can Respond to Medical Misinformation Permeating the Internet

by | Feb 22, 2024 | Business of Medicine | 0 Comments

When patients look online for answers to medical questions, healthcare providers must ensure their patients act upon science-backed medical information. Many people...

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How Healthcare Professionals Can Raise the Low Number of Women Biotech Leaders

by | Feb 4, 2024 | Business of Medicine,Careers | 0 Comments

Women are significantly underrepresented in biotech leadership roles and confront the same gender gap within the larger healthcare umbrella. Nonclinical careers appeal...

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How Struggling Hospital Operating Margins & Rising Patient Volume Affect Physicians

by | Jan 20, 2024 | Business of Medicine,Revenue | 0 Comments

Although patient volume is rising in healthcare systems, costs that outpace gains up to 3:1 continue to squeeze margins. Hospitals have seen a rise in patient volume...

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How to Achieve Greater Diversity in Residency Programs

by | Jan 9, 2024 | Business of Medicine,Careers | 0 Comments

Given the massive cultural differences among patients, the US healthcare system must attract diverse medical professionals to provide the best possible care. Diversity...

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What Influences Physician Malpractice Insurance Rates?

by | Jan 2, 2024 | Business of Medicine,Practice Management | 0 Comments

No matter what, physicians must remember that quality malpractice insurance is never a substitute for superb medical care and risk management. Best practices dictate...

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Why Physicians Need to Build Patient Trust to Obtain More Quality Digital Data

by | Dec 26, 2023 | Business of Medicine,Practice Management | 0 Comments

Healthcare providers need patient data to provide the best care; however, patients are increasingly wary of providing this data. Here’s how to build trust. Patients...

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Confronting the Threat of Datamining-Based Fraud Investigations

by | Dec 12, 2023 | Business of Medicine,Medical Law,Practice Management | 0 Comments

The Department of Justice employs datamining to find physicians they suspect have committed acts of fraudulence or malpractice. Here’s what they look for. Today’s...

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How to Say “No” to Patients & Maintain a Solid Relationship

by | Nov 14, 2023 | Business of Medicine,Practice Management | 0 Comments

Physicians must remember they took an oath to “do no harm” and must act in accordance with it, even if their choices do not meet a patient’s preferences. Professionals...

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How Physicians Can Engage in Social Media Use Without Inviting a Malpractice Suit

by | Nov 7, 2023 | Business of Medicine,Medical Law | 0 Comments

Maintaining the utmost professionalism on social media apps is essential for physicians. Social media impacts many people’s careers, and physicians are no exception....



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