Bob Kronemyer
How to avoid litigation associated with fillers
Litigation is largely due to a practitioner’s lack of training and the lack of informed consent for the patient.
How a customized COPD care bundle is reducing readmissions
Reducing readmissions for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is an ongoing challenge for healthcare systems. Here’s how one is successful.
Detecting genital arousal much harder in women with arousal-specific sexual dysfunction
Women with arousal-specific sexual dysfunction are significantly less likely to perceive when their genitals are sexually aroused compared to women who have decreased sexual function or are sexually functional, according to an analysis of data from 5 studies
Cancer adversely affects sexual functioning in young adults
More than half of young adults between ages 18 and 39 with a cancer diagnosis reported problems with sexual function, according to a 2-year longitudinal study.
Four reasons COPD patients don’t receive the right treatments
Many providers are overlooking important steps that can help guide proper COPD treatment and therefore, reduce admissions and readmissions.
Four COPD treatment changes to watch
Pending and recently approved treatment options for patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease range from biologics to a triple-drug inhaler.
6 concerns about practice consolidation
Big cash offers not always best for the practice or patient.
Building your practice (literally)
Successfully getting your practice off the ground requires putting the right team together.
More business with bitcoin?
More business with bitcoin?
Requests for cryptocurrency are on the rise. Should you add this payment option to your practice?
Burned out? You’re not alone
A recent survey reports physician burnout at an all-time high. Here’s what you can do to avoid, navigate and survive burnout.