The author is a family physician in Mullica Hill, NJ.
Fixing medical care: The pride of ownership
Restoring the trusted patient-physician relationship.
What is “healthcare?”
The free market would provide abundant care.
To solve U.S. healthcare crisis, think small, not big
Ten steps to widespread adoption of free markets offering competition on healthcare price and value.
The American hospital: from volunteer charity to tax-exempt patronage pit
Why should hospitals get a special tax exemption when other healthcare entities that offer more affordable care, like physician offices and independent labs, don't?
Physicians must advocate for themselves, individually and collectively
Many physicians feel they don’t have a voice in the process. Here’s how to get one and make it heard.
Physicians must care for themselves to truly help others
Five steps for physicians to start putting their health first.
Is healthcare a collective right or individual privilege?
We, the people, must have an open debate and come to resolution on healthcare: Is it a right or a privilege?
Both political parties are responsible for healthcare disaster
Obamacare is imploding, costing taxpayers billions and repeal is promised, but the only certainty is that Democrats and Republicans are both to blame for the problems.
Healthcare is only “safe” when physicians work for patients
This post is in rebuttal to the blog post by Dr. Monya De, "White men need to do their part and make healthcare safe again."
MACRA/MIPS is the problem, individual health freedom is the answer
MACRA/MIPS should be abandoned for the good of Medicare patients.
Why do hospitals compete with us?
Do you work hard maintaining your hospital privileges? One Medical Economics board member argues that it isn't worth it.
Wax: Decision is dark chapter in American history
Medical Economics editorial board member Craig M. Wax, DO, shares his opinion about the Supreme Court Affordable Care Act ruling.
Free market: The answer to healthcare system woes
Capitalism offers the most simple solution to the issues challenging our entire healthcare system. Such a system would allow physicians, hospitals, and anyone else to compete for patient business.
Viewpoint: Free market, posted prices can prevent healthcare sticker shock
The costs of healthcare keep increasing and patients get a surprise when the bill arrives. See what your practice can do to better inform patients of prices.
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