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Doctor-Patient Relationship Breakdown Leads to Physician Dissatisfaction

The following statistics are from the 2013 Physician Outlook and Practice Trends, a report published by Jackson Healthcare. Physician discontent appears to be creating a void in the healthcare field. Physicians are preparing to leave medicine early either through retirement … Continue reading

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We Didn’t Mean Us!

In this weekend’s January 19-20, 2013 Wall Street Journal page A3 is a piece titled “Health Law Pinches Colleges”.  This article poignantly demonstrates the law of unforeseen consequences.  It further vindicates my prior warnings that America can’t afford the Patient … Continue reading

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A Letter to the Country from an Emergency Physician

I would like to share this very heartfelt letter by emergency room physician Dr. Jacobson with my readers.  The article addresses many healthcare issues that face Americans.  The article describes how ER patients suffering from simple problems demand to be … Continue reading

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How Should Doctors Respond to Medicare Pay Cuts?

Are we ready to deal with the outcome of a 26+% Medicare payment cut to doctors?  This most recent article indicates we are heading for this cut again after the New Year. http://www.medpagetoday.com/Washington-Watch/Washington-Watch/36644  Internal Medicine of Southwest Florida is under water … Continue reading

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Health Care Upgrades

  A recent article published this past Saturday in The Wall Street Journal discusses some up and coming realities of future probabilities in health care http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887323530404578205692226506324.html?mod=WSJ_LifeStyle_Lifestyle_6. Another recent published book titled : The New Health Age by David Houle and … Continue reading

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Balance Billing is Key to Medicare Debate

With the fiscal cliff ever looming, Americans are faced with the daunting realization that many entitlement programs cannot continue under their current payment structures.  Medicare is one such program that will be affected if legislation is not passed by January … Continue reading

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Antioxidants and Health

Recently in the news and the medical literature there has been positive data correlating antioxidant intake and improved health. Oxidation is an inevitable outcome of burning oxygen, even in our human cells. This process is potentially harmful to our cells … Continue reading

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