During this most recent issue close, September/October 2011, Maryland has had its share with an earthquake, tornado watches and hurricane – all within one week. It was a challenging print issue close with much of what we do dependent on electronics and the internet but we got it done! Most fortunately, damage to Maryland was relatively minor compared with the other states suffering from Irene’s wrath and a hot humid Maryland summer is becoming one of the most beautiful times of the year for us Marylanders.
The “fan mail” for the first two issues of Maryland Physician has been terrific! We’re hearing from physicians and healthcare executives that we’re truly delivering on our mission to build and promote a Maryland-based physician network focused on a commitment to achieving the highest standards of quality patient care andMaryland Physician is a good read with terrific design and photography. That’s the vision and thank you!
Take a look at Maryland Physician’s Editorial Calendar and please give me feedback on what and who you’re interested in reading about. Send me your ideas and feedback via firstname.lastname@example.org or give me a call. We’re already at work on the November/December issue which focuses on two clinical areas, neurology and pain management. Editor Linda Harder working on the HIT feature which will provide useful information on how and where to house you’re EMR – in the “cloud”, at your practice or some combination of the two. If you have insight, experiences – good or bad – let us know! If you’re on Twitter, follow my handle@mdphysicianmag – if you’ve got something good to share, I’ll retweet