Dress to impress
Oct. 17, 2018

Does it matter if doctors wear white coats?

From germs to patient perception: Here’s what to consider when you’re considering the traditional physician garb.

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Medicare for All: Worth fighting for

The osteopathic profession has a proud origin, based on casting out a health system that was known to be harmful. This is a similar fight.

Downsizing

Micropractices: Small footprint, big changes for patient care, DOs say

A different way to practice

A micropractice is a type of solo practice that aims to run more efficiently by reducing overhead costs in order to increase time with patients. Physicians running micropractices limit the size of their patient population and employ time-saving technologies to increase efficiency; these actions serve the goal of fostering a strong patient-doctor relationship.