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Margaret Cary, MD, MBA, MPH

Margaret Cary, MD, MBA, MPH
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Margaret Cary, MD. MBA, MBA, PCC is a leadership development coach and trainer for healthcare’s leaders. She translates the latest research in leadership development into her coaching process and into entertaining and highly interactive presentations. Her class, “Hacking Happiness,” is one of the most popular at Georgetown University School of Medicine. Clients include the University of Massachusetts Medical School, the American Medical Informatics Association, Mayo Clinic, Harvard-affiliated organizations, Prominence Health Plan and referred individual clients.

How I Convinced My Friend to Get a Colonoscopy

If you have ever wondered whether you really need that screening colonoscopy, here's a personal story by a family doctor that may help you make up your mind.

Ruth and Me: Medical School Reflections

by Patricia Pang At the core of the Doctoring Curriculum at Georgetown is the importance developing altruism and concern for each patient as a person,...

Life or Death Roulette

Oregon will randomly choose 3,000 lucky, low-income winners from among the more than 90,000 who applied for available vacancies in the Oregon Health Plan lottery—one in thirty.

Sorry, the Doctor is Not Accepting New Patients

Because finding a doctor can be difficult in some areas of the country, many states have laws requiring health plans to have available primary care doctors and to give these names to their members.
Man talking to his doctor (1500 x 791)

Mechanics, Plumbers, and Physicians

Dr. Maggi Cary shares the story of her cousin's diagnosis of a rare type of melanoma and the gaps in the healthcare system.

The Value of Presence in Medicine

When an American doctor is asked to examine her friend's mother in a Chinese hospital, she realized it was her presence and caring that really mattered.

Answering a Cry for Help with a Touch of Humanity

Dr. Margaret Cary helps a distressed stranger and recalls one of the main reasons she went into medicine.