The first April cartoon has gone up over at Diagnostic Imaging. This installment has a little fun with some of the frustrations that rad techs may have with voice recognition software. Enjoy:)
This month’s Physician’s Practice online cartoon deals with the bane of every physician’s existence: prior authorization. Health insurance companies have made it difficult for doctors to get their patients the medicine and procedures they need in a timely fashion for the simple, ugly fact that it cuts into the insurance company’s profits. I did this…
I hope everybody’s recovered from all that yummy turkey, stuffing, and all the other yummy stuff you probably ate on Turkey Day:) Got another cartoon in this month over at Physician’s Practice. Check it out here for the full view on their site. If you can’t access the cartoon on their site, I’ll be posting…
Nothing like a little ditty from the one and only MRI-ah Carey:) http://www.diagnosticimaging.com/radiology-comics/radiology-comic-mri-ah-carey
My first November cartoon for Medical Economics has just posted, and it deals with those litigation-plagued patients who can make things difficult for a practicing physician to make it in today’s world of medicine. Check out Medical Economics for many great articles contributed by medical professionals across the country!
My first cartoon for September’s Diagnostic Imaging comics section just posted Friday. This one deals with the trending topic of commoditization in healthcare, kind of a commentary of our society’s cheap, throw-away mentality. Head over to DI for a minute and check out the full resolution cartoon 🙂