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Cliff Kuang
Works at Fast Company
Attended Columbia University
Lived in Atlanta, GA
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  • Columbia University
    Philosophy and Studio Art, 1997 - 2000
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  • Fast Company
    Director of Product Innovation, 2015 - present
  • Wired Magazine
    Articles Editor, 2013 - 2015
  • Fast Company
    Design Editor, 2010 - 2013
    I edited Fast Company's design coverage, in print and online at www.fastcodesign.com
  • Wired, Pop Sci, Good, etc.
    Freelance Writer/Editor, 2007 - 2010
  • I.D. Magazine
    Senior Assoc. Editor, 2005 - 2007
  • The Economist
    Assistant Editor, Online, 2003 - 2005
  • Harper's
    Editorial Assistant, 2003 - 2003
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If I could give this place negative stars, I would. They're horrible, and Bruce Chung, nice as he may be, heads an office filled with incompetents. The receptionists are a particular problem: They think they're doctors. For example, one time, the woman told me that I shouldn't come in for a Hep C vaccination in advance of traveling to Cambodia, because it takes six months to take effect. (I was supposed to be leaving in two months.) This is patently false -- you get partial protection almost immediately. Point being: A receptionist shouldn't be telling me ANYTHING about my health. Another story: One time, one of the doctors there made a mistake on a prescription. It was for the wrong dose. The receptionist WOULD NOT put me through to the doctor to explain so that a new Rx could be called in, insisting that "prescriptions aren't done over the phone" and that I would have to come in and pay for another appointment to get the Rx fixed. This seems to be their policy: Getting you to come in as much as possible, to pump up the visits they can bill the insurance company. Second, the doctors are always hideously late. The last three times I've gone there, it's been for minor, minor things that should have taken 5 minutes: A refill in one instance, and a vaccination booster in another. Both times, I waited 1.5 hours to the see the doctors. One of these instances was on a SATURDAY at 1pm. Seriously? If you guys can't keep up with your patient flow, then stop scheduling like 5 appointments an hour just to make more money. FINALLY: This place sent me a bill that I should never have received. Which they then followed up with by referring to collections because they "couldn't get in contact" with me. Long story short: This is the only black mark on my credit rating. In summary, if you want to negatively affect your credit, wait endless hours for crappy service, and be treated to some of the most incompetent reception staff you'll ever meet, then this is the place for you!
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