“The excitement surrounding A.I. in medicine is not because it could replace physician tasks, but because it could replace non-clinical tasks by providing administrative support, automating redundancies in electronic medical records, provide tailored care to patients with differential needs, and even propose more equitable patient-specific payment models.” By Prem Ramkumar, Forbes, Contributor | Resident physician in orthopaedic surgery Artificial intelligence (A.I.) is a nonspecific buzzword … Continue reading No, A.I. Won’t Worsen Health Disparities But It May Safeguard the Doctor-Patient Relationship | Forbes
By Michael Tetreault, Editor, The DPC Journal (With editorial contributions by more than 50 DPC Physicians and over 3,000 active Patients!) Last Updated: MAY 2019 – With the editorial assistance of a few hundred self-proclaimed, satisfied and loyal Patient readers in more than 50 Direct Primary Care (DPC) clinics across the country and several dozen tweaks over the past several years, we’ve put together an … Continue reading The DPC Patient Checklist (Updated): Top 50 Questions Every Patient Should Ask A DPC Doctor Before They Sign-Up.
(C) The Direct Primary Care Journal | The DPC Journal | All Rights Reserved. Duplication with Permission Only. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for reprints. Fast Facts (More in the Infographic Below) The average corporate worker sends and receives 105 emails each day. The latest DPC Journal polling among physician readers notes that nearly 46% of DPC Physician’s spend 1-3 hours per day sending/replying to patient emails. … Continue reading NEW, 2019 DPC Journal Reader Polling Stats | Business Education Infographic
By Michael Tetreault, Editor ‘Ain’t no way a DPC Doctor can fix this …’ Literally was the first thing I thought when I filleted the muscle, severed the two digital nerves in my thumb and the blood started gushing from the palm of my hand. “Honey, get your keys, we gotta go!” I said to my wife. A few paper towels, thoughts of ‘Did this … Continue reading Editor: “Back from Surgery.” — My true story … still ongoing. 🙂