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Things Not Taught

Mike Weinstock, MD, John Shufeldt, MD, JD, MBA, FACEP, and Frank J. Weinstock, MD, FACS
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Sometimes the humanistic patient interactions can be challenging. Things such as: empathy, apologizing to patients, importance of our body language, are examples of things not taught in medical training, but critical to our daily profession.

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Dennis M. -

I appreciate the Practice Management sections, especially now that our Organization is moving forward with opening an Urgent Care facility in a smaller, more rural environment. It will be a new endeavor for a Community Hospital with an associated Outpatient Office system spread over multiple nearby (7-15 miles) communities. It would be useful to hear what others wish that they had done at the outset and/or unforeseen concerns noted within the first year. What didn't you know that you didn't know.

Mike W., MD -

Dennis, thanks for your comments - anyone out there able to give Dennis some advice on things you have learned??

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Jaw Dropping Things Not Taught Full episode audio for MD edition 174:06 min - 82 MB - M4AHippo Urgent Care RAP April 2016 Summary 522 KB - PDF