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    Our 2018 resolutions to readers


    3. We will listen.

    As journalists, we often think we know the most important things happening in your medical setting. But we need you to help us steer the ship. So call, email, use social media and visit us at conferences to tell us what information and answers you need to help patients and your practice. Chances are very good if it is an issue for you, it is an issue for a fellow physician elsewhere in the U.S.

    4. We will innovate.

    As we enter our 95th year of publishing a print magazine, we will also strengthen our digital efforts. If you don’t regularly do so, please visit our website (medicaleconomics.com) for additional articles and commentary (from fellow physicians) featuring vital information to make the medical maze a little easier to navigate. We plan to improve and expand our online content to better serve our readers.


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    May 2018 be the year we reflect on as the start of when healthcare got back to the task of truly helping patients. That has been our focus since our first issue and it will continue to be for the years ahead.  


    Keith L. Martin is editorial director of Medical Economics. What challenges do you foresee in 2018? Tell us at [email protected]


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