This month’s first installment just posted on Diagnostic Imaging, with a little joke about the many options available today for imaging to patients. A lot of cool technology but dealing with insurance companies is not cool and a real bummer for patients and medical staff.
My November cartoon just posted over at KDNuggets. The concept comes from a recent story about Gmail’s possible future ability to answer emails for you as a sort of surrogate AI secretary. Very interesting technology, which is, of course, ripe for a cartoonist to take a jab at:) Enjoy and have a wonderful weekend!
My new cartoon posted today on Diabetes Mine. With March Madness winding down, we decided to pay our respects to the annual fun with a little D-spin on it:)
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…
This month’s first cartoon posted on Diagnostic Imaging, one of my regular clients and top news resource for radiology professionals worldwide.
One of my September cartoons for the Physician’s Practice site features the panic situations practices can get into if they’re IT staff is unavailable or (worse!) nonexistent. Check out the cartoon and leave a comment here or on the PP site. There are many other great articles there as well for the medical community.