Modern Medicine Feature Articles

Burned out? You’re not aloneA recent survey reports physician burnout at an all-time high. Here’s what you can do to avoid, navigate and survive burnout.
More business with bitcoin?Requests for cryptocurrency are on the rise. Should you add this payment option to your practice?
Building your practice (literally)Successfully getting your practice off the ground requires putting the right team together.
An advocate for changeA conversation with ASDS president-elect Murad Alam, M.D.
How to form a student loan repayment strategyForming a student loan repayment strategy is not a one-size-fits-all process. What works well for a friend or colleague may not be an effective strategy for you.
Medical field no stranger to sexual harassmentIn 2017, a flood of accusations against high-profile men in positions of power in Hollywood, the U.S. government, and the national media have focused the nation’s attention on sexual harassment and its consequences. The medical workplace is not immune from harassment, and the national conversation presents an opportunity for health care businesses to review their risk, policies, and prevention strategies.
Maternal death from intracranial hemorrhageDid her family physician meet the standard-of-care?
Overactive bladder: Special considerations across a woman’s life spanThis article summarizes guidelines for diagnosis and treatment, highlighting special considerations for management of OAB across a woman’s life span.
Introducing a new series on maternal mortality
Introducing a new series on maternal mortalityCutting-edge medical advances and innovative technologies have made headlines and continue to flourish in the new millennium. However, these medical achievements stand in stark contrast to the paradoxical increase in US maternal mortality, which is among the highest of all developed nations.
A call to arms against maternal mortalityIf we truly want to “make America great again” we should start with a national effort to address our tragically high maternal mortality rate.