Curbside Q&A

Physicians Helping Physicians

By Practicing Excellence Staff

Q: My colleagues and I agree that more patient education can improve adherence, but it’s really a … See More

By Practicing Excellence Staff

Q: Recently, I heard a physician speaker claim that the reason he wasn’t burned out was because he… See More

By Practicing Excellence Staff

Q: I recently took over as Chief Medical Officer. One of my priorities will be to address the growin… See More

By Practicing Excellence Staff

Q: Is burnout getting better or worse? See More

By Practicing Excellence Staff

Q: I still care about my patients, but not sure if I love practicing medicine? See More

Q: Should we be discussing cost with our patients and if so, how? See More

By Practicing Excellence Staff

Q: As a Medical Director of a primary care clinic, I am concerned that we are not adequately address… See More

By Practicing Excellence Staff

Q: As our group’s Medical Director, I am constantly having to talk with colleagues about patient s… See More

Q: As a sub-specialist, I have seen deterioration in the communication of consult requests over the … See More

Q: I’ve been an orthopedic surgeon for over 20 years. Our group has recently began a physician coa… See More

By Stephen Beeson, MD

Q: We’re a busy internal medicine group. Some of our physicians see far fewer patients and it’s … See More

By Stephen Beeson, MD

Q: “Yesterday, I read an article by a fellow physician suggesting that many of us are not as empat… See More

Q: “I think I might be suffering from unnecessary test requests?” A: Quite a common feeling o… See More

Q: Not sure if it’s our EHR, the 26th patient of the day, or all the interruptions I contend with,… See More

Q: I’m an Internist, and I’ve been practicing for more than 16 years. A recent case prompted me … See More