If the new health care reform law was crafted by physicians with an insider's eye toward efficiency, effectiveness, and safety, then Americans would be in a much healthier long-term position. Published December 31 2011
The American Medical Association, and many local AMA-feeder groups, let ideology and economic conflicts of interest govern their decision to support the 'Affordable Care Act'. Published December 22 2011
Health care reform, organized medicine, physician practice management, and patient care ― a real time look at the challenges facing doctors and patients in America today. Published December 18 2011
Doctor Dorin is a Hopkins-trained, board-certified anesthesiologist, practicing in a large group in San Diego. He is a small business owner, a Commander in the US Navy Reserves, and the Founder/President of America's Medical Society, Inc., (AMS) a ...Read More
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