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  • Beyond the Hippocratic Oath - 3 Lessons I Wish I’d Learned in Medical School
    Beyond the Hippocratic Oath - 3 Lessons I Wish I’d Learned in Medical School
    In this next installment of the Practice Pain Relievers video series, Dr. Neil Baum shares lessons he learned throughout his 40 year career about the patient experience. Learn from an experienced doctor, speaker and author about how to have happier patients.
  • A Doctor's Two Most Important Body Parts–for Patient Satisfaction
    A Doctor's Two Most Important Body Parts–for Patient Satisfaction
    Ron Harman King discusses how doctors can increase patient satisfaction in a few easy steps, focusing on their eyes and, yes, butts. Watch the video.
  • Trump Is Right: Google Search Is Biased
    Trump Is Right: Google Search Is Biased
    Ron Harman King of Vanguard discusses the truth behind Donald Trump's tweet about Google's bias with MedPageToday.com. Watch the video here.
  • PR 101: How Physicians Can Earn Media Attention
    PR 101: How Physicians Can Earn Media Attention
    Dr. Neil Baum, aka Dr. Whiz, is a successful urologist from New Orleans, LA. In this video, Dr. Baum discusses how to create and maintain relationships with local media and in turn, get placements that will increase the number of new patients at a medical practice.
  • The Magic of Medicine
    The Magic of Medicine
    Dr. Neil Baum, aka Dr. Whiz, is a New Orleans urologist with a love for magic. In 2018 he joined the Vanguard Communications team in the role of Medical Advisor. In this video he shares how magic and medicine go hand in hand and how seemingly small things can work together to add up to happy patients.
  • The Four Commandments of Confronting Bad PR
    The Four Commandments of Confronting Bad PR
    Ron Harman King spent more than three decades working in and with the mainstream media in public healthcare communications. In this edition of "The Wired Practice," the self-proclaimed "grizzled, battle-tested veteran of bad press" offers insight, in the form of four commandments.

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