A keystroke or two opens the door to hundreds of sites on
many practice areas - a generous representation of what today's
practitioners need to know. Regardless of the specialization,
these sections offer in-depth industry info, news, technical
support and business tools geared to keeping physicians
professionals conversant and current in their disciplines.
- Industry Articles
Each industry shown here is different. Each industry has its own special issues and items on running a successful industry business. Here you will find exciting articles on running your business within that industry.
The variety of industry publications serving medical
professionals is formidable. To make review of these
materials a bit easier, this section provides an extensive
list of links to leading journals and periodicals
applicable to a broad range of specializations. In many
cases, free subscriptions are available to eligible
It's a fair bet that medical practitioners top the list
when it comes to networking with colleagues in professional
settings. And no wonder! The health industries offer
hundreds of conferences and events geared to helping
members grow on educational, business and personal fronts.
This section features some of the leading functions
Technology, research and legislation continuously change
the face of the health care industry. Refer to this section
often for ongoing, timely updates on important developments
in every discipline, as well as in-depth features on
practice management, patient care and relations, new
regulations and much more.
- Trade Associations and Resources
A quick review of this section makes clear that professional associations exist for virtually every medical venue. Typically serving as member advocates - especially to government sectors - these groups also provide opportunities for continuing education, credentialing, networking and other benefits. Check out the listings offered here to learn more.
Licensing/Certification, Training & Cont.
This section features continuing education opportunities
for physicians, dentists and registered nurses, with direct
links to professional organizations - such as the American
Medical Association - that sponsor applicable courses. Also
addressed are licensing requirements for health care
specialists, among them coding specialists, certified
compliance professionals and registered health information