Three strategies to overcome burnout and bureaucracy and remain committed to medicine.
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Physicians face financial ruin if patients continue to access products they simply cannot afford.
Ten steps to widespread adoption of free markets offering competition on healthcare price and value.
By empowering physicians with evidence-based guidelines, they are better-equipped to make clinical decisions that are cost-effective and drive high-quality outcomes.
The patient should see a friend in his doctor, not a stranger with a white coat and a stethoscope.
Lectures don’t work to motivate patients because the use of guilt and threats are horrible motivators. The same goes for doctors.
Physicians and their pain patients will continue to suffer such inconveniences, insults and financial burdens, until the epidemic of opioid overdoses ends.
Access isn’t just a question of overcoming the hurdle of being seen by a provider, but being seen by someone with the level of expertise required for the best clinical outcome.
Don’t be fooled. When mergers occur, patients and physicians lose; executives at the top are the only ones who truly win.
It stands to reason that the best way to deal with unaffordable healthcare isn’t to take a second mortgage out on the house, but to make healthcare more affordable.