ZDoggMD Fires Up Texas Physicians in Fort Worth

May 1, 2014

  • WHAT: Modern health care has become a monstrous system filled with baggage and regulations, but physicians can turn the tide by experimenting with new models of care that put the focus back on the patient-physician relationship. That’s the crux of the message Zubin Damania, MD, will share with physicians attending the Texas Medical Association’s annual conference, TexMed 2014 in Fort Worth tomorrow.

    In his presentation, Redefining the Culture of Medicine, he’ll delve into the ethical challenges to delivering excellent care in a troubled health care system while proposing new ways to revitalize it. “None of us intended to have the system that we have,” says Dr. Damania. “Patients all know it’s a horribly dysfunctional system.” He wants to create a new system that will allow doctors to retain their passion for patients. 

    What sets Dr. Damania apart from
    other speakers is his alter ego, ZDoggMD, a rapper well known in physician circles for his musical antics, dope beats, and fresh lyrics about health care topics. ZDoggMD has attracted thousands of Internet viewers by transforming catchy songs by Miley Cyrus, Usher, Notorious B.I.G., and other popular artists into side-splitting music video parodies about infections, first aid, pharmaceuticals, and the joys and headaches of medicine. If you can’t attend in person, watch Dr. Damania’s presentation via tape-delayed stream at 5:30 pm CT. 
  • WHEN: Friday, May 2, 3:30-5 pm
  • WHERE: Fort Worth Convention Center, Level 1, Expo Hall

If attending in person, call Pam Udall at (512) 413-6807 or Brent Annear at (512) 656-7320 upon arriving at the TexMed registration desk to help minimize your hassle and quickly find what and who you need.

TMA is the largest state medical society in the nation, representing more than 47,000 physician and medical student members. It is located in Austin and has 112 component county medical societies around the state. TMA’s key objective since 1853 is to improve the health of all Texans. 

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Pam Udall (512) 370-1382;
cell: (512) 413-6807;
Brent Annear (512) 370-1381;
cell: (512) 656-7320;