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Do Specialist Doctors Make Too Much Money? by Medline Plus Posted Mon 25 Oct 2010 12:16pm Monday, October 25, 2010    By Lynne Peeples NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Primary care physicians earn as little as half what their colleagues who specialize in areas such as surgery and oncology are taking home, according to a new study of doctors' salaries. ... Read on »
Health Headlines - June 28 by Meredy Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 2:23pm Psychiatrists Get More Drug Company Gifts: Report Drug makers give more money for lectures and other services to psychiatrists than physicians in any other specialty, The New York Times reported Wednesday. As an example, the newspaper cited this week's announcement by Vermont officials that drug company payments to psychiatrists more than ... Read on »
I Want My Slice of the Pie! by Alvin B. Lin Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Tue 24 Jul 2012 7:43am Greed, for lack of a better word, is good. Gordon Gekko in 1987's Wall Street It's human nature to look out for our own self-interests.  Which is what makes (the business of) medicine so difficult to understand.  After all, when the rest of the nation is mired in a miserable recession, it's very difficult, if not impossible, to l ... Read on »
Does Your Doctor Work for You or for the Drug Companies? by Bob Aronson Patient Expert Posted Fri 24 Jan 2014 5:25am Dr. Jon W. Draud, is the medical director of psychiatric and addiction medicine at two Tennessee hospitals.  It is likely that he is well paid for his administrative and medical expertise but according to ProPublica an investigative Journalism group the 47-year-old Draud has earned  more than $1 million in the last four years for deliver ... Read on »
Geriatric Psychiatrist is “Immersed in the Fabric of Life” for Alzheimer’s Patients and Their Caregivers by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert Posted Mon 02 May 2011 2:13pm “Why do they send buses of psychologists to a high school every time there’s a tragedy, but here, where death is constant, there only a brief memorial service and cookies?”... By Max Wallack Alzheimer's Reading Room Marc E. Agronin, a Geriatric Psychiatrist in Southeast Florida, is responsible for 3,700 patients, the largest Geriatr ... Read on »
Insurance Free Medicine by Dr. Matthew M. Medical Doctor Posted Mon 25 Jan 2010 5:51am I never thought I would be in academic medicine for so long. When I was hired about 12 year ago, I figured I would stay in academics for a few years and then join a private practice Internal Medicine group. Now, I can't even fathom that idea. One of the reasons I have stayed at my institution for so long is that I love teaching and the academic e ... Read on »
Notes from the May 28th & 29th Texas Medical Board Meeting by Jon Porter Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 3:56pm THURSDAY MAY 28, 2009 Texas Medical Board Meeting Executive Meeting Executive Session at 8:35 am to discuss Item # 1 on Agenda – Discussion of personnel matters. Robert Simpson, the Board’ General Counsel, resigned last week. Nancy Leshikar was named interim General Counsel. Ms. Leshikar was the Litigation Manager. Scott Freshour was na ... Read on »
Addiction Largely Determined By Our Genes – Annual Meeting Of The Royal College Of Psychiatrists by Bill W. Health Maven Posted Thu 14 May 2009 4:59pm The genetic component of addiction (including alcoholism) is certainly not the entire answer, since it fails to consider, for example, the effects of living with an alcoholic parent or parents, and the other stresses that can lead to a desire to turn one’s brain off. Nonetheless, it is good to know that more and more eminent experts are spea ... Read on »
Unmaking the Disease (Part 2) by Dr. Romeo V. Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Sun 04 Jul 2010 5:00am Continued from Part I Since existing research helped reinforce negative attitudes (and the repressive legislation that made homosexuals fearful of being open about their sexuality), Evelyn Hooker began a formal study of her own  in 1954.  She recruited research subjects from several California-based homophile groups (including the Matt ... Read on »
A seven-figure salary, two homes and an adoring husband: Then high-flyer Aifric Campbell decided to have a baby... and her life by Jodi K. Posted Thu 04 Mar 2010 9:49pm By Tessa Cunningham I'd been back at work four months when, in April 1999, I had to fly to New York for four days for business. Going into the office and leaving my baby had been painful enough. Flying to a different continent pushed me over the edge. I didn't know what was happening. My heart was thumping. I was too anxious ... Read on »