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Guest Blog: Finding Novel Ways to Support Adults with ADHD


As a part of PRMS’ ongoing commitment to behavioral health, we invited Jacob Behrens, MD, in Milwaukee, WI to be featured as our guest blogger this month. ADHD, or attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, often conjures images of rambunctious young boys running circles … Continue reading

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Happy Three-Year Anniversary to Kraftlove!


Have you heard of an organization called Kraftlove? Kraftlove is a nonprofit that provides creative crafting kits to hospitalized children facing a variety of illnesses and challenges mainly around the Washington DC area. In the three years of box distribution, 2,700 … Continue reading

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5 Things Psychiatrists Should Avoid When Buying Malpractice Insurance


You have insurance coverage. You received the lowest rate and have the certificate of insurance. You are properly insured, right? Perhaps not. Here are five of the most common issues you should avoid when choosing a policy.  1. Not having enough licensing … Continue reading

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AAGP – Supporting the Future of a Specialty


It had been cold and rainy in Washington, DC when my colleague, Remy Palmer, RPLU, and I left for the American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry (AAGP) meeting in Hawaii this past March. Our long plane ride was worth it, not … Continue reading

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Preparing for Private Practice


Starting or joining a private practice is an exciting time, but it can also be risky.  An essential way to protect your professional reputation and reduce risk is to obtain comprehensive medical professional liability insurance. In this post I will address … Continue reading

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