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Why you’re an unhappy physician

Health care is a tough job to work in — whether you are a doctor, nurse or any other professional. We are dealing with matters of life and death, our patients expect (and deserve) the best from us, and we always have a hundred-and-one things to do at the frontlines of medicine. I remember reading… Read More »

PTSD changed how this physician cared for pregnant women

Appointments with my doctor make me nervous. That’s highly ironic, because I’m a doctor, a maternal-fetal medicine specialist who regularly deals with high-risk pregnancies. But ever since developing preeclampsia during my first pregnancy eight years ago, the thought of having my blood pressure taken triggers flashbacks and anxiety. The silver lining is that my experience… Read More »

AI-powered voice note taking saves OrthoAtlanta an hour per physician per day

OrthoAtlanta, a 14-office group practice with 37 physicians, is one of the largest physician-owned orthopedic and sports medicine practices in the greater Atlanta area. It provides an integrated approach to delivering musculoskeletal care for muscles, bones, joints and spine. Its physicians treat patients at 14 offices, and many see patients at more than one location.… Read More »