GI emergencies are a common presentation in the ED. They can range from the benign to the life threatening. In this episode, I talk with gastroenterologist, Dr. Tom Knopp, about GI care in the ED.
Five Days at Memorial is a novel accounting the struggles after hurricane Katrina at Memorial Hospital in New Orleans. In this episode, I talk with author Sheri Fink about the book and what it means for disaster preparedness.
This is part 2 of my interview with Memphis lawyer, Matt Porter, as we continue to discuss medical malpractice and the things you can do to protect yourself and your patients.
I think it is pretty easy to say that malpractice risk is one of the highest stresses in the practice of medice. I took some time to interview Memphis lawyer, Matt Porter, to discuss the mistakes that he sees and what tips him off that a lawsuit is likely to be successful. I felt the info was so good, that I interviewed him again for a part 2 that picks up where this one concludes.
Physicians and health care providers tend to be pretty good at a number of things, but finances is rarely one of them. In this episode, I talk with Chase Chandler, author of "The Wealthy Physician", as we talk finances and some of the mistakes providers make with their money.