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In the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, many doctors and other healthcare workers feel exhausted. A survey from the Mayo Clinic Proceedings Journal published in 2022 found that 62.8% of physicians reported symptoms of burnout at work.
How was your last visit to your primary care physician? Most Americans spend the majority of their health appointments in the waiting room before meeting with a doctor who knows their chart but little about them or their concerns.
Continuity of care refers to a patient receiving ongoing and comprehensive care throughout their medical journey. This idea emphasizes the consistency of doctors and healthcare systems working together to support patients despite the intricacies of the healthcare system.
Whether you live in a bustling metropolitan area, a rural homestead, or a suburb somewhere in between, your health is being impacted by the quality of the air you breathe. Air quality is a major determinant of health, as polluted air has been linked to cardiovascular disease, several types of
Didn’t Miss a Beat: How Two Concierge Physicians Volunteered in COVID Hospitals While Maintaining Their Primary Care Practices
Dr. Annette Osher and Dr. Kimberly Parks are both leading cardiologists and primary care physicians who have partnered with Castle Connolly Private Health Partners LLC (CCPHP) to offer concierge membership style programs in major metropolitan locations—but those aren’t the only things they have in
Would it make a big difference in your life if you had to switch primary care physicians?
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, most physicians have been canceling or rescheduling non-urgent appointments. In fact, Dr. Deborah Birx, coronavirus response coordinator for the White House Coronavirus Task Force, advised in mid-March, “Things that don’t need to be done over the next two weeks,
With all that has happened in the past few years, many physicians have had to learn hard lessons about the viability of the typical healthcare model.
You may now just be resurfacing after weathering the first wave of COVID-19. It’s been overwhelming and stressful, to say the least—even traumatic for some.
Like most physicians, you might feel like you’re trying to keep your head above water; you’re in survival mode.