Any way you look at it, the field of pediatrics has grown in exponentially ways. It didn’t even come into its own as a distinct branch of modern medicine until the 1930s.1 Even then, it took several more decades before the first pediatric subspecialty—cardiology—received its own board recognition in the 1960s.2
In today’s technology-dominated world, social media and the internet are playing an increasingly larger role in healthcare. But what does this mean for physician practices and care management?
Brad Brabec, M.D., Chairman of Children’s Health Network and President of Complete Children’s Health, an independent physician practice, shares his thoughts on the relationship between the internet and healthcare for both providers and patients. More…
When electronic health records (EHRs) started mushrooming on the landscape in the early 2000s, they were met by significant resistance.1 That wasn’t a surprise. Poor usability, expense, and time-consuming training made an unappealing package for physicians.