The message is if you can’t kill Obamacare, you can essentially break its spirit.
Keith L. Martin
ChangeMaker Ira Rubin, MD, and his son, Zachary, discuss the value of reaching out to young people interested in medicine to make today’s students tomorrow’s physicians.
Sometimes when trying to fix one problem, you end up creating many, many more.
There is a special group of physicians who work tirelessly to improve the lives of their patients, their own medical practice and the well-being of their community. To us, those physicians are ChangeMakers.
"People always ask me where I find the time, but you know what, I make the time to teach these students."
How long they can play the Medicare payment shell game without simply walking away from the table?
National Coordinator Don Rucker on why figuring out system problems is similar to diagnosing a patient’s illness
Physicians’ ongoing struggle to gain much-needed patient data is just that: ongoing.
Will CVS require patients to go to MinuteClinics instead of the physician they are used to seeing?
With small practices largely outsourcing tech support, it’s critical they take steps to be prepared