Q&A: After years in practice, why this internist came out to patients
Arkansas internist Riley Wagner Lipschitz, MD, says a deeply personal reason drove her decision to talk about her wife with patients. Learn more.
Q&A: Helping doctors find the leader in themselves to cut burnout
Maureen Leffler, MD, says that leadership skills give doctors what they need to change the system, influence others and find joy in work.
Q&A: Doctor-led Medicare Advantage insurer addresses inequities
Zing Health was founded by three Black men, two of them doctors. CEO Eric Whitaker, MD, details what sets apart this growing company.
Q&A: Even today, this chief wellness officer manages his own burnout
Psychiatrist and CWO Kirk Brower, MD, is committed to improving physician well-being. That effort started as a personal struggle with burnout.
Q&A: A drug changed this M4’s life. Prior auth nearly upended it.
Prior authorization is often a headache for practicing physicians. For AMA member Victoria Gordon, it threatened to set back her medical training.
Q&A: Treating long COVID requires a patient-centered approach
COVID long-haulers often feel as though they are suffering alone. Atlantic Health System’s open-door approach helps them find effective symptom relief.
Q&A: Indiana surgeon eyes leadership role as state representative
AMA member David J. Welsh, MD, has stepped up to the plate in many leadership and advocacy roles. Now he is running for state representative in Indiana.
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