Online Doctor Reputation Management

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  1. Reputation Management

    Online Reputation management is conducted to safeguard a doctor’s brand and practice reputation on the internet. Since every individual patient has gained access to the Internet and is using it optimally to gain information about a doctor, product or medical services, the need of keeping your content clean and safe online has become very important.

    You must ensure that whoever reads about you or your practice online, gets to read the good stuff. Managing your reputation online is an enormously important aspect in the new medical-business world.

    Typically management campaigns are for –

    * Practice Reputation Management
    * Personal Doctor Reputation Management
    * Remove Complaints
    * Remove Negative Comments
    * Remove Negative Yelp Reviews
    * Push Down Negative Results

    Yours Sincerely.
    Khanchan Bisht


  2. Shortage of MD/DO Residency Positions

    AAMC STAT, a bulletin of the Association of American Medical Colleges, announced February 29, 2016, that without an increase in GME support, there may not be enough residency positions for the additional medical school graduates needed to address the growing physician shortage.

    AAMC indicated that medical school graduates are having trouble finding residency positions since 412 did not match in 2014. Without congressional action now to lift the cap on Medicare support for residency positions, growth in the physician workforce will not keep pace with increasing demand.

    Leonard A. Levy DPM MPH
    [Ft. Lauderdale, FL]
    via PMNews #5,613


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