In an effort to find balance, Dr. Jill Garripoli opened her own practice in Nutley, NJ. As a result, she’s found happiness, satisfaction, and time to pursue her personal goals. She shares her wisdom for pediatricians – and everyone – here.
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Build an intelligent, user-driven EHR; advocate for physicians at the national policy level; promote interoperability—these are just a few of the aspirations driving research and development in Vanderbilt’s Department of Biomedical Informatics.
As medical director of the Health Network at Cincinnati Children’s, Colleen Kraft, M.D., plays a key leadership role in an organization modeling innovative ways to deliver healthcare to kids. Now, she’s bringing her skills and expertise to her new role as president-elect of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Letters from our readers to the editors of The Independent Pediatrician.
An exemplary pediatrician draws on his long career to describe his obsession with science, the rewards of gutsy perseverance and why he can’t work for someone else.
The practice was busy, the doctors were happy, and the business was profitable. But something was amiss. Tiger Pediatrics had a long journey to becoming independent, and still have a long road ahead to stay that way.
Chip Hart explains why the best way to discover what your practice is doing well — and where it needs improvement — is to get out of your office.
To help share your stories and personalities, The Independent Pediatrician created our own version of the Proust Questionnaire. We hope you enjoy this small window into one another’s personal and professional challenges and aspirations.
Deciding whether or not to pursue PCMH Recognition requires a little homework. We’ll help guide you through the process.
Nine years after opening her own practice, Dr. Warner knows going solo was the right choice for her practice.