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March 8, 2012 News APPsBlogsBurn outDental TeamGovernanceGovernment regulationsHuman ResourcesTransparencyTrends in Dental EducationTrends in DentistryWebinarsWebsitesYouTube

The power of social media

by ken

I sincerely hope that the reason for sharing this YOU TUBE video with dentists is understood. We are so incredibly fortunate to do what we do.  We are autonomous, even the insanity of the “ya can’t treat your spouse” law

January 27, 2012 News Burn outCancerChronic dental care for the elderlyComprehensive reasoningCustomer serviceDental phobiaGeriodonticsHuman ResourcesWellness

Shifting gears; the unexpected, the uninvited and the inevitable

by ken

I have a birthday looming. When I’m sixty-four isn’t that much farther. Eliot’s suggestion that I grow old, I grow old, I shall wear the cuffs of my trousers rolled is beckoning, and the Simonesque image of sitting on a

December 7, 2011 News BlogsBurn outDental AssociationsDental ethicsDental industryElectronic Health RecordsEncryption

Encryption – is there a reason why it’s not being explained?

by ken

A individual in attendance at an Ontario Dental Association meeting last evening was told, that unless email messages pertaining to patients are sent “encrypted” between colleagues, they are in essence inappropriate, perhaps illegal and tantamount to violation of the Piracy

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There is a god; we made the New York Times Sunday Review

by ken

IT’S become commonplace to criticize the “Occupy” movement for failing to offer an alternative vision. But the thousands of activists in the streets of New York and London aren’t the only ones lacking perspective: economists, to whom we might expect

November 6, 2011 News Burn outElearningElectronic Health RecordsInnovations in dentistrySocial mediaSocial networking

Retirees – so much to offer, but how?

by ken

You’re a retired dentist, now what……….golf, travel, trophy wife??? It boggles the mind that a vast reservoir of applied science and knowledge is about to depart our profession in droves…………….consider the obvious…………….. Grab a peak at http://www.newmiled.com/nme/955 – and find a

August 10, 2011 News Burn outPractice management

Study: Your Hostile Workplace May Be Killing You

by ken

by Meredith Melnick – Time – August 10, 2011 Having experienced this first hand, it’s a MUST read…….. “My job is killing me.” Who among us hasn’t issued that complaint at least once? Now a new study suggests that your dramatic grousing

August 3, 2011 News Burn out

Burned Out? How Doctors Recover Their Spark

by ken

From Medscape Today News – Shelly M. Reese When Steve Hyman, MD, from Nashville, Tennessee, looks back,he doesn’t like the person he used to be. “I was a lot meaner then,” says Hyman, an anesthesiologist. “I was a lot less