Most Recent Articles by George Marzouka
Physician burnout has gained traction as a public health concern because more physicians are leaving medical practice altogether, resulting in decreased patient access and continuity of care.
Direct-to-consumer genetic testing has been receiving a lot of attention over the past 10 years from medical providers, consumers, consumer advisory boards, regulatory entities, and ethicists.
The increasing burden of electronic health record documentation requirements is affecting patient care. One physician shares his experiences.
Concierge medicine gives many patients an attractive alternative to accessing health services, but is this model of healthcare sustainable?
One physician shares his opinions on whether high physician salaries are contributing to the growing cost of health care.
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- Recommendations for Perioperative Pain Management in Patients With Opioid Tolerance
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- Prior Authorization Policy May Help Reduce Long-Acting Opioid Use
- Opioid-Related Deaths Represent Significant Public Health Burden
- Addressing Confidentiality Concerns With Electronic Access to Pediatric Medical Records
- Opioid-Related Adverse Events Common After Invasive Procedures
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