Tag Archives: doctors

Uptake remains low, but doctors of all ages interested in telemedicine

Dive Brief: Adoption of telehealth may be ticking up, with the number of physicians reporting telemedicine as a skill rising 20% per year over the past three years, according to a new study from professional medical network Doximity. Age had no correlation with physician use of telehealth. The San Francisco-based network, which counts 70% of U.S.… Read More »

4 reasons why doctors are bad with money

Whenever I tell people outside of medicine how bad doctors are with money, they are always shocked.  Almost universally, they wonder why we don’t save enough money.  They understand that – to become a doctor – you must be hardworking, intelligent, and dedicated to the cause.  These are the same attributes – when they are applied… Read More »

Doctor’s Tip: Best strategy for improving your diet – Glenwood Springs Post Independent

Last week’s column was about the evidence supporting a plant-based, unprocessed food diet with no salt, sugar or added salt as the healthiest diet. Let’s say you want to go on this diet to improve your current and future health, and/or because a plant-based diet is better for the planet. Is it best to go… Read More »