Brandon Betancourt ensures that things I write to SOAPM after I have a few beers remain memorialized indefinitely. This time, it’s about automated patient communication tools.
Archive for month: March, 2012
I am guilty of blog neglect. The busier I am, the more I have for the blog, but the less time I have to do it. Here’s an interesting one that I’ve saved for a few weeks – an analysis of the immunization administration fees paid in Universal vs. non-Universal states. The analysis was based …
I’ve been given the wonderful opportunity to present at the annual Pediatric Gurus event hosted by Goryeb Children’s Hospital again this year. At one point, I am sandwiched between two veryheavy-hitters, Dr. Rick Oken and Shireen Hart, which means I’ll have to bring the A-game. Topics include: 2012 Pediatric Benchmarks (me) Strategies for Economic Survival Practical Pediatric Legal Update Make the …
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