Recent Posts by Gus Geraci, MD

I Just Want to See Patients

In talking to colleagues, friends and administrators, we all have physician colleagues who want to just see their patients. They eschew concerns about the running of their office (there are other people who can do that). They don’t want to be concerned about the wording of their contract, as long as they have a decent…
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What Innovations Have Improved Physicians’ Work Environment?

Physicians often experience the growing pains of change. But innovative solutions that drive change can also lead to increased productivity, professional satisfaction, and better ways to treat patients. What recent innovations improved your professional satisfaction as a physician or student? Three Pennsylvania Medical Society members shared their thoughts in the summer edition of the Pennsylvania…
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When Religion and Jobs Collide

Whatever side you fall on the #KimDavis issue, there are some provocative questions that have always lingered in my mind. There’s been a lot of discussion about the gap between religious freedom and our duties, and I’ve always wondered if there was a “right” position as a physician. I was raised a Catholic, attended a…
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EHRs: A Love/Hate Relationship

Note: This post originally appeared in Pennsylvania Physician magazine and is reprinted with permission. Read the entire summer 2015 edition. The thought of a method for logging medical records in a way that makes sense and is easy to do drove me to seek an electronic health record (EHR) system when I started my solo…
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