I’ve been slow to write because I recently returned from a vacation to France. Above is something I saw there. I’ll leave it to my readers to guess what this is, and where it came from.
I'm an internal medicine physician and have avidly applied computers to medicine since 1986, when I wrote my first medically oriented computer programs. So yes, that means I'm at least 25-years-old!
- ICD-10 Keeps Getting More Painful
- Remote Globe Puppy
- Let’s be Clear on ClariSpray
- Healthy Snacks
- The Medical Paperwork Reduction Act
- Trump the Bureaucracy
- Gluteus Maximus
- Disabled Parking and Needless Paperwork
- An ICD-9 Story
- Going Viral is Bad for Your Health
- Medicare Audits – Or How I Spent Part of Labor Day Weekend
- Asinine Associations
- Sesame Chicken
- A High Tech Call Schedule
- Medicare Payment Formula Finally Changed – Win or Loss?
- Healthy Kitchens, Healthy Lives
- Patient Satisfaction / Physician Dissatisfaction
- January Resolutions
- When is DNR not DNR?
- FMLA Paperwork
- Epic SmartPhrases
- How to Get Rich – A Guide for Pharmaceutical Companies
- Quitting Smoking and Happiness
- If Doctors Ran Their Practice Like The Airlines
- Up in Arms, Up in Smoke
- Humor Down Under
- Who Are You Calling Old?
- Pierce County Medical Society Website Launch
- Tort Reform and Forced Sterilization in North Carolina
- Prostate Cancer – A Fish Tale
- Medication Small Print
- A New Target for Food Companies
- Mystery Photo
- Health in China
- Avoiding the Flu Shot
- PhRMA Two-Step Dance
- A Vacation to China
- An Epidemic of Gun Violence
- Off Label Drugs and Free Speech
- Aspirin – Coated or Naked – Does it Matter?