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Monday, December 28, 2009

Miniature Circus

If the Medicare cuts go through, I am going to run away and join the miniature circus.
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Friday, December 25, 2009

Come on, come out, Sun.

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Thursday, December 24, 2009

Using an EMR to Solve Problems

If someone came to you with a solution to 3 out of the 5 biggest problems you face, you would probably take it--or at least listen to their proposal, right?

Imagine if someone said to you, "you know that persistent problem you have with your filing system, I found the perfect solution and you'll never have to deal with that again."  I don't know, I'd be all ears.

Every doctor has problems.  Filing and retrieving, lab tracking, order tracking, prescription refills, handwriting issues, messaging handling; these just name a few.   I certainly had my issues.  Many of them are now past tense issues.

Prescription issues:  99% solved.  On rare occasion I forget to initial a narcotic script or my rx printer malfunctions.


Message handling:  100% solved.


Handwriting issues: bye bye!


Filing/retrieving:  see ya.


Lab tracking: 90% better.  I am still learning my EMR's functionality.


I still have problems, but just not these problems.


A good thing.

Sunday, December 20, 2009

Saturday, December 19, 2009

Early Praise for My Book, Suddenly Solo

Rich's book is excellent I am going to have my office manager read it too.  Nice to codify philosophy of self made "man". . .

Dr A.G.
Urologist  NY, NY

You can get your copy FREE.  Just click the cover.

Friday, December 18, 2009

An Excerpt from Suddenly Solo

Imagine being safely ensconced in group practice one day, just going through the motions, but nonetheless enjoying your day—talking with colleagues, consulting with patients, maybe even enjoying lunch, driving home, talking over your day with a friend or your spouse, and then walking into work the next morning, only to find yourself out of a job—fired.
Or, if that doesn’t gut you enough, imagine coming to work one day to find that not only do your keys mysteriously no longer work, but a security guard bars you from entering the building, where all your files are locked away.
Here’s another dream scenario: Imagine returning from a long-overdue, much-anticipated, relaxing vacation to find that your partner has conspired with another and has effectively stolen your practice. . .

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If you want to read more, just click the cover on the sidebar and register for your free e-book copy.

And good luck!

Dr Schoor



Monday, December 14, 2009

My Book, Suddenly Solo, is finally ready for publication

Three years in the making, perhaps even more.

And you can have it free, for a limited time.

Just complete the following webform and the e-book version of Sudddenly Solo: A Physician's Guide to Surviving & Thriving in Your Own Medical Practice will be emailed to you.

I hope you enjoy it!

Dr Schoor