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MedCurbside is a new and experimental question/answer site for medical professionals and by medical professionals. We’re interested in seeing if pharmacists can also benefit from our site and would like your help in making it a great online resource and community for healthcare providers.

To that end, we need posts and feedback from pharmacists. So for a limited time we’ll be paying for questions and answers from providers like you!

Our target reimbursement for pharmacists is $80/hour: A high quality post (question or answer) takes roughly 15 minutes, so we’ll pay $20 per post.

3 steps to get started!

  1. Create an account

-Go to medcurbside.com

-Click Register in the top right… just takes 2 clicks! …


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MedCurbside is a new and experimental question/answer site for medical professionals and by medical professionals. So, we are looking to our physician peers to help us make it a great online resource and community for healthcare providers. To that end, we need posts and feedback from physicians. So for a limited time we’ll be paying for questions and answers from docs like you!

Our target reimbursement for docs is $120/hour: A high quality post (question or answer) takes roughly 15 minutes, so we’ll pay $30 per post.

3 steps to get started!

  1. Create an account

-Go to medcurbside.com

-Click Register in the top right… just takes 2 clicks! …


As I discussed earlier, this is a series of posts about an EMR/EHR implementation, with a focus on what it means for the business.

When you’re tracking a problem and working on a solution you’re doing the right thing; when you can’t even see the problem you’re in a bad place.

Physician order entry, non-paper records, electronic notes, etc. are NOT the reasons to have an EMR. They are mechanisms of achieving other primary goals…or they are byproducts of having an EMR (and sometimes they are bad byproducts, which should be selectively avoided).

We strive to provide excellent patient care but that is only possible on the backbone of a strong, efficient, and profitable business that can hire and pay for the best talent and tools. Solving the problems faced by this business are the reasons for implementing an EMR (just like they are the reasons for any other hire or purchase). And to do that it is important to understand what problems we have now and why they are problems. …

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Rohit Puranik, MD

Physician and Founder of MedCurbside.com

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