I hope everybody’s recovered from all that yummy turkey, stuffing, and all the other yummy stuff you probably ate on Turkey Day:)
Got another cartoon in this month over at Physician’s Practice. Check it out here for the full view on their site. If you can’t access the cartoon on their site, I’ll be posting it on here on my site a little later this week.
My latest cartoon just posted on Diagnostic Imaging, so head over there to get a better look at my cartoon about second screening. Yes, this phenomenon doesn’t just happen when we’re at home!
If your physician does happen to be doing this while performing… say, a … rectal exam or something of that nature, you may want to get send them a quick text to tell them the probe is going in the wrong place 🙁
This month’s installment of medical cartoons just posted to Physician’s Practice. If you’re a lover of 80’s music like I am, I’m sure you’ll appreciate this one:)
At the more serious root of this cartoon, the issue of medical liability is one of obvious concern for many doctors, along with techniques and resources to deal with lawsuits should they be faced with one. Physicians Practice has many great articles dealing with this issue, and many other great topics in the administration of healthcare today.
This month’s cartoon featured on Modern Analyst deals with how we handle the security of our increasingly important and sensitive data pools, and what turns out to be more of a reactionary stance at data security, than proactive. Just ask Target and a few other high profile businesses how prepared they were for their breaches of customer data.
Very interesting technology, which is, of course, ripe for a cartoonist to take a jab at:)
Enjoy and have a wonderful weekend!