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Dr. Sohail Aman starts Blog with information and insights on health care management

Be yourself; Everyone else is already taken.

— Oscar Wilde.

Experienced doctor’s blog will address medical practice management issues that affect cost-effective health care.

Doctor Sohail Aman, with many years of experience practicing internal medicine, started a Blog to provide information on health care and medical practice management, available at https://sohailamanmd.home.blog/

In his new Blog, Dr. Aman reviews the significant forces that have been changing the way healthcare has and will continue to be delivered. The emergence of more unique ways to deliver care such as clinics incorporated into businesses and factories, the increased use of mid-level providers (nurse practitioners & physician assistants), the increase integration of technologies such as telemedicine and robotics, and the shift from interventional reimbursement to outcomes reimbursement, are just a few examples.

Compounding these are the ever-increasing costs of healthcare, the strain of funding Medicare on the U.S. economy, and the complications of insurance and healthcare payments under the affordable care act, ACA.

While there are no perfect answers, Dr. Aman will offer his medical practice experience and insights on his Blog. One example is software to operate a medical practice. Running a medical practice can both tiring as well as riotous at times. Most medical clinics and hospitals have their own ways of managing their facilities, but one of the most common services they all use is the medical practice management software (MPMS).

Such programs help in the management of day-to-day activities and tasks that a medical facility offers, such as booking appointments, dealing with claims and billing statements, patient demographics, reports generation, etc.

These programs are available for desktop use only and do not yet offer mobile app services. They have a smart interactive system which allows multi-users access and data sharing between different user profiles.  MPMS benefit the practice by allowing an easy and quick data and workload sharing option. However, it can be quite costly to purchase and also has a high maintenance cost, especially the management programs that are linked with the internet. All in all, they can be especially expensive. An internet supported management program enables the practice employees to reduce their dependence on private servers and purchase individual security software, since internet supported programs do not work via intranets. Nevertheless, uploading and sharing patients’ data via the internet is a great security threat in its own right.

Dr. Aman’s blog is available at available at https://sohailamanmd.home.blog/

About Dr. Sohail Aman, M.D.

Dr. Sohail Aman is Consultant in Internal Medicine in Cambridge, Maryland and Mobile, Alabama. He graduated from Medical School with honors in 1992, and has completed several post-graduate training programs in internal medicine, emergency medicine, neurology, and infectious diseases.

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Dr. Sohail Aman starts Blog with information and insights on health care management

Experienced doctor’s blog will address medical practice management issues that affect cost-effective health care.

Doctor Sohail Aman, with many years of experience practicing internal medicine, started a Blog to provide information on health care and medical practice management, available at https://sohailamanmd.home.blog/

In his new Blog, Dr. Aman reviews the significant forces that have been changing the way healthcare has and will continue to be delivered. The emergence of more unique ways to deliver care such as clinics incorporated into businesses and factories, the increased use of mid-level providers (nurse practitioners & physician assistants), the increase integration of technologies such as telemedicine and robotics, and the shift from interventional reimbursement to outcomes reimbursement, are just a few examples.

Compounding these are the ever-increasing costs of healthcare, the strain of funding Medicare on the U.S. economy, and the complications of insurance and healthcare payments under the affordable care act, ACA.

While there are no perfect answers, Dr. Aman will offer his medical practice experience and insights on his Blog. One example is software to operate a medical practice. Running a medical practice can both tiring as well as riotous at times. Most medical clinics and hospitals have their own ways of managing their facilities, but one of the most common services they all use is the medical practice management software (MPMS).

Such programs help in the management of day-to-day activities and tasks that a medical facility offers, such as booking appointments, dealing with claims and billing statements, patient demographics, reports generation, etc.

These programs are available for desktop use only and do not yet offer mobile app services. They have a smart interactive system which allows multi-users access and data sharing between different user profiles.  MPMS benefit the practice by allowing an easy and quick data and workload sharing option. However, it can be quite costly to purchase and also has a high maintenance cost, especially the management programs that are linked with the internet. All in all, they can be especially expensive. An internet supported management program enables the practice employees to reduce their dependence on private servers and purchase individual security software, since internet supported programs do not work via intranets. Nevertheless, uploading and sharing patients’ data via the internet is a great security threat in its own right.

Dr. Aman’s blog is available at available at https://sohailamanmd.home.blog/

About Dr. Sohail Aman, M.D.

Dr. Sohail Aman is Consultant in Internal Medicine in Cambridge, Maryland and Mobile, Alabama. He graduated from Medical School with honors in 1992, and has completed several post-graduate training programs in internal medicine, emergency medicine, neurology, and infectious diseases.

Dr. Sohail Aman

Medical Consultant in Alabama and Maryland.

Dr. Sohail Aman is a Consultant in Internal Medicine in Cambridge, Maryland and Mobile, Alabama. He graduated from Medical School with honors in 1992, and has completed several post-graduate training programs in internal medicine, emergency medicine, neurology, and infectious diseases.

Professional Experience

Since March 2018 – Hospitalist, Mobile Infirmary Medical Center, Mobile, Alabama.

04/2013 to 8/2018 – Internist, Eastern Shore Hospital Cambridge, MD.

12/2011 to 05/2012 – Locums Hospitalist, Union Hospital, Cecil County, Elkton, MD.

07/2011 to 01/2012 – Locums Hospitalist, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, Baltimore.

02/2010 to 07/2011 – Academic Hospitalist, Maryland General Hospital Baltimore, MD.

11/2007 to 05/2012 – Locums Hospitalist, Eagle Hospital Physicians, Shore Health Systems, Easton, MD Chester River Hospital, Chestertown, MD.                                 

02/2006 to 10/2007 – Hospitalist for Choptank Community Health Services, Shore Health Systems, Easton/Cambridge, Maryland.

Recognitions

2017 Team Innovation Award, Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

Postgraduate Training

07/2004-06/2005 – PGY-3 Internal Medicine Carraway, Birmingham, AL

07/2003-06/2004 – PGY-2 Internal Medicine Carraway, Birmingham, AL

07/2002-06/2003 – PGY-2 Neurology University of South Alabama, AL

07/2001-06/2002 – PGY-1 Prelim. Internal Medicine University of South Alabama, AL

02/2001-04/2001 – Externship Internal Medicine, University of South Alabama, AL

12/2000-02/2001: Observership Emergency Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA

Professional Memberships

Fellow, American College of Physicians (ACP)

Member, Society of Hospital Medicine (SHM)

Member, American Medical Association (AMA)

Member, Canadian Medical Register

Associate Member, Royal College of Physicians, London UK

Education

1986 – 1992 – Rawalpindi Medical College – Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS), Medicine.

Activities and Societies: Member of ACP member society of hospital medicine

1986 – F.G. Sir Syed College, Rawalpindi, Bachelor’s Degree.

References:

Blog: https://sohailamanmd.home.blog/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/sohail-aman-39317b45

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