WARNING: "In The Know" will keep you at the forefront of medicine.
How to stay up to date
And staying up to date is hard. 

In 1950, doctors in practice could expect the total amount of medical knowledge to double every 50 years.
Fast forward to 1980 and it would take 7 years

In 2010 it would only take 3.5 years.

But, by 2020, it will take just 73 days!

In other words, the amount of information you’re expected to know, to adequately manage your patients will double every 2-3 months. 

How is anyone supposed to keep up, when things are evolving so quickly?!
The "In The Know" Experience
- Ride along with us as we pinpoint the latest updates in medicine;     specifically focusing on primary care and internal medicine.
- We'll compare the differences between the old vs the new.
- As a member, you'll get our reviews and summaries for the most   recently published papers, that will affect how you practice medicine.
- Each topic will be reviewed, identifying pearls, and overall advice you can implement in your practice immediately.
The average clinician typically works 8 hours per day and about 5-6 days per week. Appointments are back to back, with very little time for a break.

The last thing you want to do, is study after finishing your day. The problem is that the disease which afflicts your patients don’t care about what you feel like doing.

They will present themselves regardless. And it’s your duty to know how to address them. But, you can’t simply rely on the information you were taught in school. As you can see from the statistic mentioned earlier, the guidelines are rapidly changing.

And, if you don’t change with them, then you’re placing yourself at risk for not only a law suite, but you also risk your patient’s standard of care; which goes against the Hippocratic Oath of doing no harm.
So, it's your duty to figure out a way to somehow fit this extra task into your already busy day. 

Luckily, Medgeeks has a solution. 

Prepping for your day and/or on the commute to work is the perfect time to pop in our Medgeeks monthly audio program, "In The Know" to get the most important updates in medicine. 

This is the best way to maximize your time and efficacy as a top class clinician. 
Every month our team will research and review the literature to bring you the most important medical updates that will impact how you practice medicine; specifically focusing on primary care and internal medicine.

Medgeeks very own Joe Rad PA-C will highlight and share the most important and practice changing updates.

Joe graduated from the Pennsylvania State University in 2017 and has been working as physician assistant in Pulmonary/Critical Care and Sleep medicine ever since.

He also works in Hematology and Medical oncology in his spare time.

In the ICU, Joe’s responsible for performing many procedures, including but not limited to, intubation, central lines, arterial lines, temporary dialysis lines, para and thoracentesis, and chest tubes

We’ll also be bringing on expert guests to give their insights, perspectives, and advice on the topic at hand.

We believe the easiest way to stay up to date is via audio. So, this will all be presented in an easy to stream audio format so that you can listen, on the way to work, at the gym, or while running errands. 
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Most Commonly Asked Questions
  • Who is "In The Know" for? Clinicians who have a life outside of work. The rapid rate of changes in medicine are remarkable, but extremely overwhelming for clinicians like you. Instead of spending countless hours of your FREE TIME researching the newest updates, WE DO IT FOR YOU.  
  • ​What do I get? Each month you'll listen in to our audio breakdown of the most recent updates in primary care and internal medicine that will change the way you practice medicine.
  • Are there summaries of the updates to reference? Yes, your subscription includes written summaries, were we distill every episode to its most important talking points (perfect for a quick review). You'll also receive access to the original articles and studies referenced in each episode; this way you can dive into the nuances of each medical update!Yes we also offer the option to have the written summaries of every review, so that you can access the most important aspects of each update, at any point in time.
  • ​How does this differ from your podcast? Our podcast doesn't focus on the latest updates made in medicine. We simply try and help you understand medical concepts across various topics. In The Know, specifically looks at any updates made in the previous month (guidelines, studies, recommendations, etc) and we distill everything in an easy to understand format. We'll also be having on expert guests to give their perspectives. 
  • ​​How do I get access to previous recordings? As an "In The Know" member you will get your own customizable dashboard where you will have access to all of the past recordings. Everything is downloadable, which means you can have access even without internet access.
  • ​How much is my investment? You will be kept completely up to date for the small investment of only $24.99/month, that's less than 84¢ per day! 
  • What if I’m not satisfied? "In The Know" has no long-term contract. This means you decide when you are done.  Lastly, if you're not absolutely in love with our program, send us an email within the first month and we'll return your 100% of your investment. This means you can try us completely risk free. That's how confident we are about our program!