You’re watching… ObamaCare making it too costly to be a doctor? NOVEMBER 25, 2013 – Economist Peter Morici, Cato Institute’s Mike Cannon and Dr. Rob Kominiarek on ObamaCare’s impact doctors. WATCH VIDEO […]
Amid a looming shortage of primary-care doctors in the U.S., medical schools and innovators try to entice more students to enter the field.
WSJ Reports … In Search of More Primary-Care Doctors By Barbara Sadick, Nov. 17, 2013 4:07 p.m. ET Janine Knudsen, a third-year student at Harvard Medical School’s Center for Primary Care, is […]
Paul Hsieh, Contributor, Forbes NOVEMBER 18, 2013 – The President has proposed a one-year “fix” to deal with the political fallout from his broken promise (or lie), “If you like your insurance […]
Consumer Reports: Red-carpet medical care, for a fee It’s unclear whether keeping a doctor on retainer translates into better health for patients—and the concept raises thorny ethical questions Consumer Reports Magazine | February […]
By Thomas Shapira, Esq. Harrison & Held LLP, Chicago, IL OCTOBER 30, 2013 – The recent Affordable Care Act (“ACA”) implementation provides an opportunity for concierge physicians to examine their practice models […]