A college work-study job with sports physicians sparked Kevin Harlen’s interest in medicine and health care and the UNC School of Public Health MPH program in administration and policy put set him on his path.Continue reading “Episode #04: What We Do is a Marathon, Not a Sprint (helping physicians do what they do best)”
Dr. Michael Weinstein is president and CEO of Capital Digestive Care and chief medical officer of PE Practice Solutions. His additional roles within gastroenterology are too long to list.Continue reading “Episode #03: We Call it a Slipstick (and we’re glad you’re not designing contact lenses)”
Dr. Lisa Mathew brings the perspective of an early career gastroenterologist to the exploration of independent GI groups and how they are finding unique approaches to practice management and providing care within the ever-changing world of medicine.Continue reading “Episode #02: We All Have Our Podcast Moments (there’s fresh powder on the mountains and you’re washing dishes)”
Dr. Fred Rosenberg has been providing gastroenterology care in the Chicago, Ill. area for more than four decades.
One thing hasn’t changed since he started his practice in 1978. The love that physicians have for treating patients and the recognition that they have something to contribute remains true irrespective of what era they learn or practice in.Continue reading “Episode #01: It’s the Donuts in the Doctors Lounge (and other things learned in 40 years of private practice)”