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The Paradocs Podcast with Eric Larson

The Paradocs is a fun and lively discussion with a couple of docs on the practice of medicine. Occasionally serious, usually lighthearted, and accidentally informative. A show for physicians to learn more about what is going on and a great place for them to direct their friends and family to better understand the challenges they face.

May 30, 2018

Episode 008: Doctor, Heal Thyself. Physicians Dealing with Malpractice, Depression, & Suicide with Dr. Stacia Dearmin

The mental health of the physician is a rarely discussed topic when addressing the problems in medicine. One unique stressor facing physicians is malpractice litigation. Its occurrence is so common and...

May 23, 2018

Episode 007: Why Americans Pick the Wrong Health Insurance with Dr. Kevin Wacasey

One of the most important financial decisions Americans make every year is which health care insurance policy to carry. According to Dr. Wacasey, the health insurance industry has intentionally made the process seem incredibly simple in...

May 15, 2018

Episode 006: "Doc, I'm Over Here, That's Just a Computer Screen." Why Don't Electronic Health Records Help with Dr. Ken Fisher

Electronic health records (EHRs) were supposed to revolutionize the way we practice medicine. They were going to improve efficiency, reduce errors, and radically change we take care of patients....

May 14, 2018

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episode 001 of The Paradocs Podcast: Maintenance of Certification & Why both physicians and patients should care

Eric & Meg discuss what maintenance of certification (MOC) is and why it is a problem for physicians and their patients....

May 10, 2018

Episode 005: What Happened to All the Medicine? A Discussion of the Chronic U.S. Medication Shortage with Dr. Marion Mass.

Are you aware that we face critical shortages of basic medication and medical supplies on a daily basis in the United States? Currently, over 100 generic medications are at various levels of...