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Half Full: Q3 2020 Market Commentary

Curi Capital’s CIO discusses the risks and realities of investing in 2020—and why he’s choosing to look at the current environment as a glass half full for investors.

GI Claims Study: Failure to Follow Preventative Guidelines

Details on how a practice’s failure to recommend colon cancer screenings resulted in delayed diagnosis and subsequent death, and key takeaways to avoid a similar outcome.

National Physician Suicide Awareness Day—A Time to Reflect on Physician Well-Being

Curi explores the implications of additional stress and anxiety on healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Love Your Enemies: September 2020 Market Commentary

Curi Capital explores the implications—or lack thereof—of the upcoming presidential election on the U.S. stock market.

GI Claims Study: Delay in Diagnosis of Colon Cancer

Details on how a physician’s failure to complete colon cancer screening resulted in a patient’s untimely death and key takeaways to avoid a similar outcome.

Understanding the Implications of Working With Multiple Investment Advisors

Curi Capital explores three important factors to consider when coordinating multiple investment relationships.

Physicians Take Note – Physician Compare Review Period Has Begun

Physicians have until August 20 to preview 2018 Quality Payment Program performance information before it is made publicly available on the Physician Compare website.

Cognitive Dissonance: Q2 2020 Market Commentary

Curi Capital explores key macro trends as we enter the second half of 2020.

Finding Joy: An Interview With Internal Medicine Physician Caroline Wilds

Curi sat down with Dr. Wilds to discuss the challenges associated with the COVID-19 pandemic and how her practice has found success in the face of adversity.

Physician Well-Being During the COVID-19 Crisis, Part 5: Leadership in the Time of COVID-19

For physicians to function as effective leaders for their practice during times of crisis, it’s important to have a reliable toolbox of habits and identified character strengths to draw from.

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