If I weren't a physician, I would be: A horticulturalist.
It adds to our perspectives. If I weren't a physician, I would be: An unemployed musician.
Hardest medical lesson learned: Learning how to work as a consultant rather than the primary physician has been a challenge. ... If I weren't a physician, I would be: A forest ranger.
waste. “This would free physicians from a mountain of worry about how our patients' care will be reimbursed, and thus restore the physician-patient relationship,” he said. ... If I weren't a physician, I would be: Working for a living (That's a joke,
I see the internist or the primary care physician as the one who is responsible for that stable infrastructure and care coordination. ... is the viability and sustainability of the physician practice. I'm not just talking about 2- or 3-physician group
And if you have a physician, what sort of physician should that be?” Dr. ... Auñón-Chancellor said. “I think we should have a physician on every mission.”.
For many people, retirement means a chance to improve one's golf handicap and vacation in Europe. For Larry Crook, MD, FACP, it meant setting up a nonprofit to help people halfway around the world.
Mandy Krauthamer Cohen, MD, MPH, FACP, North Carolina's new secretary of its Department of Health and Human Services, sees government service as a way to help a wide constituency—patients.
Finally, our Physician Profile focuses on a former College leader who is leading in government as well.