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Medical Liability Protection for Physicians

Malpractice suits are an inevitable component of the healthcare system. As a physician, there may come a time in your career in which you are exposed to a malpractice suit. It is critical to protect yourself from medical liabilities by being aware of the process and how to handle it: Make sure you have Malpractice […]

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5 Social Media Tips for Physicians

As a physician, have you ever thought to utilize social media as a means to accelerate your career? Social media is a great tool for educating the population, collaborating with colleagues, and advocating for topics you are passionate about.  Here is a list of how to create your online presence as a physician as well […]

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Announcement: Rapid Clinic & MDconsultants

MDconsultants has partnered with physicians from Rapid Clinic to provide virtual specialist appointments. Wait time is usually within 1-2 weeks. Virtual appointments are covered by OHIP/UHIP (except for traveller PCR/antigen tests). For more information, please visit www.rapidclinic.ca

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MDconsultants Partner Spotlight: Dr. Sameer Masood & his team at UHN launch Emergency Department virtual visits

Originally posted on: University Health Network UHN Emergency Departments (ED) will begin virtual visits on Monday, Dec. 14. Part of a broader Ontario Health initiative for ED Virtual Care, UHN is teaming up with Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre and St. Michael’s Hospital – Unity Health Toronto in a six-month pilot project. At UHN, patients will […]

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Military Medicine: Dr. Manveen Puri, MD ’13, PGME ’15

While still enrolled in medical school at U of T, Dr. Manveen Puri decided to enrol in the military. He spoke with the Faculty of Medicine’s Karen Lee about his career in medicine and the military. How did you come to work with the Canadian Armed forces? I grew up in Singapore, where there is mandatory military service. As […]

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Co-Founder Spotlight: Dr. Jiayi Hu

Thank you to the University of Toronto and Faculty of Medicine for featuring one of the MD Consultants co-founders Dr. Jiayi Hu. You can find his flag in King’s College Circle outside of the Medical Sciences Building. Congratulations!           

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MDconsultants Partner Spotlight: Dr. Sameer Masood’s New Healthcare Innovations Developed to Prevent the Spread of COVID-19 Among the Healthcare Working Community

Dr. Sameer Masood is one of three Partners at MDconsultants and co-founded the company in 2009. An academic emergency physician by training, Dr. Sameer Masood’s interests include health technology integration into clinical care and quality improvement in emergency medicine. Sameer is also the CEO of Mednovation Health Technologies, a Canadian Health-technology start up that was […]

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Digitally Integrating Care for Better Patient Outcomes

Canadians are experiencing a massive acute care bed shortage, consistently ranking near the bottom of beds per capita, pressuring hospitals to discharge patients quickly. While there are benefits to community-based care over acute care, the infrastructure must exist to accommodate this safely and effectively. Outdated healthcare IT infrastructure makes coordinating care difficult, particularly during transitions […]

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Should Pharmacists be Allowed to Prescribe Medications?

“NO”Raghu Venugopal and Sameer Masood – Toronto emergency room doctors In medicine we learn that “hoofbeats” are not always horses and sometimes they are “zebras.” Physicians consider not just the most common cause of a patient concern, but also the most serious illness possible. We develop a list of probable diagnoses based on the patient’s […]

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Healing Hands, Healing Lives

Featured article from Dr. Alolabi and the Guatemala Healing Hands Foundation. I had the privilege of joining the Guatemala Healing Hands Foundation (GHHF) on a 12-day mission to Guatemala City for the second time in April 2018 (my first trip was in 2018). The foundation is dedicated to improving health care for children through education, […]

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