Volume 6 Issue 1

Madrid: The Beginners' Top 10

February 28, 2014

Travel and Leisure

What's not to love about Madrid? The city is cleaner and less noisy than Rome, and Madrid's people are more helpful. Here are the top 10 sights to see in the capital of Spain.

Know Your Enemy

February 28, 2014

Money and Finance

Investing your retirement savings wisely is not all that different from fighting a battle. Unfortunately, too many investors don't actually know the enemy they're fighting.

MD's Business Acumen Grows Him a Small Empire

February 28, 2014

Feature Article

Ken Weiner, MD's Eating Recovery Center was named one of the fastest growing companies in America, which is likely because he and the executive team have as much business acumen as clinical expertise.

Country Doctors Are Alive and Well

March 03, 2014

Cover Story

A look at physicians who have chosen to work in rural communities, where the closest secondary care center might be nearly 100 miles away and house calls are still a common occurrence.

Physician Philanthropists Get More Than They Give

April 11, 2014

Cover Story

Through work in Tanzania, Haiti, the Dominican Republic, Grenada and at home in the United States, these physicians spend their free time bringing care to those who need it and raising awareness where there is none.

Avoid a Malpractice Lawsuit by Thinking Like an Attorney

April 12, 2014

Money and Finance

Physicians who are the most prepared for vexing, unwarranted, and time-consuming malpractice suits will thrive best in the future. To join their ranks, use these safe, inexpensive, proven malpractice defense strategies.

4 Social Security Benefit Strategies for Physicians

April 12, 2014

Money and Finance

Many physicians often don't give adequate thought and planning to the "when" and "how" of their Social Security benefits. This oversight might result in missing out on hundreds of thousands of dollars over their lifetime.

The Evolution of Wearable Wellness Technology

April 12, 2014

Gadgets and Technology

A small minority of Americans currently own wearable technology such as smartwatches and mobile health tracking devices, but the consumer space is getting more and more crowded as companies jump into the mix.

Internist Persevered Through Childhood Molestation

April 12, 2014

Feature Article

Becoming a physician requires considerable effort and often involves overcoming significant hurdles. For Frank Spinelli, MD, FACP, his hurdle was being sexually abused by his scoutmaster.

How to Find Money Under Your Own Roof

April 12, 2014

Money and Finance

If someone told you there are thousands of dollars hidden somewhere in your building, would you look for it? Medical practices are prime candidates for a cost segregation study, which can save thousands in taxes.