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Here are the stories you missed on KevinMD. Thank you for your continuing readership. --------------------------------------------------------------- Here are the stories you missed on [KevinMD](. Thank you for your continuing readership. --------------------------------------------------------------- Sponsors [Thousands of physicians are browsing this job board](. They love its selection of over 12,000 openings across the U.S. Physicians are finding opportunities they almost missed. In the wake of the Supreme Court ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson, clinicians identified their [top concerns]( in the volatile post-Roe landscape, including medical emergencies, training shortages, and more. --------------------------------------------------------------- KevinMD Plus: Jan 19, 2023 [Lean on me: the power of human connection and the support of a caring doctor]( Sometimes in our lives, we all have pain, and we all have sorrow. But if we are wise, we know that there’s always a tomorrow. Lean on me when you’re not strong, and I’ll be your friend; I’ll help you carry on, for it won’t be long ’till I’m going to need somebody to lean [...] [Maximize your practice’s revenue: Follow these 5 billing metrics]( Healthcare Business & Technology states that “doctors in the U.S. leave approximately $125 billion on the table each year due to poor billing and coding practices.” As your private practice grows, don’t leave money on the table! This article reviews the top 5 billing metrics and benchmarks you should be aware of to track your [...] [A physician shows incredible strength and resilience in an emotional moment [PODCAST]]( In this episode, we follow Houda Bouhmam, a radiology resident, as she struggles to deliver the devastating news to a patient that there is no cure for their disease. Despite the emotional toll it takes on her, Houda perseveres and shares the difficult news, [...] [Breast cancer surgery: Liking my doctor mitigates the feeling of violation]( On waking up from anesthesia-induced unconsciousness, I was dressed in an unfamiliar pink surgical bra with multiple Velcro straps. As if I were a doll, someone had clothed my limp body without my knowledge, and I had no idea who. Even then, I had a vague sense, groggy and feeling an odd lack of sensation [...] [Protecting reproductive rights: the importance of abortion training for medical trainees]( As I was walking between classes as a pre-medical undergraduate student in 2018, I saw that the Student Assembly for Gender Empowerment was distributing hats that read “PROTECT ROE v. WADE.” I picked one up and stepped into my classroom, only to be greeted by a classmate who said, “Protect Roe v. Wade? Why would [...] [Balancing motherhood and medical school: tips from those who’ve done it]( I was in my first year of medical school when I discovered I was pregnant. This was not a planned pregnancy, as no one would intentionally plan to have a baby during medical school, as it is extremely difficult to manage both. However, there I was, and to my surprise, I was happy about it. [...] [How people of faith can respond to our broken health system [PODCAST]]( In this episode, we speak with G. Scott Morris, a physician and ordained minister who has dedicated his career to treating patients with chronic conditions at Church Health. He shares his experiences working with individuals to improve their health through better nutrition and physical [...] [The endless race: How to find peace in a world obsessed with productivity]( I live in a state of chronic dissatisfaction and disillusionment, particularly when it comes to time. Is it the curse of the modern age to try to do too much? Is it just my location or life path? Have people always struggled with this? If this constant struggle with time was a crime against anything [...] [New employment contracts: What physicians need to know about compensation and benefits]( Physicians receiving a new employment contract need to be aware of issues that can arise related to their compensation and benefits. These are some of the things that should be carefully reviewed before signing the agreement. Compensation The agreement should clearly provide what productivity is expected. You can frequently gauge expected productivity by the salary [...] [Finding purpose: How physicians can craft meaningful careers in medicine [PODCAST]]( In this episode, we speak with David Danhauer, a seasoned pediatrician and former CMIO. Throughout his career, he has had the opportunity to gain a wealth of experience and knowledge, and as he approaches retirement, he reflects on his journey with gratitude. He shares [...] [The importance of a clear contract with your defense counsel in medical malpractice cases]( The prevailing party contract is not the only contract that can protect a doctor in medical malpractice litigation. There is also the doctor-defense counsel contract. Because of the risk of litigation, doctors often have a contract with a medical malpractice insurance carrier. The carrier offers to cover litigation costs in exchange for premiums, limits on [...] [A couple’s journey with a rare neurodegenerative disorder]( It was in 2012 that I started to realize that my wife Jennifer’s memory lapses were a significant sign to be taken seriously. That insight set us on a four-year journey, during which we engaged four neurologists in our quest for an answer. At last, Dr. Brent Fogel at the David Geffen School of Medicine [...] [Saying goodbye: the tragic impact of COVID-19 on families]( “No, no, no! I’m having a nightmare!” She shrieked through the phone. I couldn’t bear to hear it as words fell clumsily out of my mouth. “Your husband couldn’t breathe on his own. We had to put him on a ventilator. I’m so sorry.” I was apologizing already. I’m sure she knew that it wasn’t [...] [How to recognize and stop gaslighting in your relationships]( An excerpt from The Gaslight Effect Recovery Guide: Your Personal Journey Toward Healing from Emotional Abuse. Gaslighting is insidiously pervasive in today’s culture. We are inundated by an onslaught of news and information that we’re aware might not be accurate. In such a climate, we are presented with more occasions to question what we know [...] --------------------------------------------------------------- If a friend sent you this email and you want to subscribe, go to [KevinMD](. --------------------------------------------------------------- 345 Hudson Street New York NY 10014 USA [Unsubscribe]( | [Change Subscriber Options](

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