The BRI Blog

For recent medical community news and insights, engage with our recent posts below.

BRI board chair, Sally Pipes’ latest op-ed in the New York Post reveals medical school’s reaction to the recent Supreme Court ruling prohibiting preferential consideration to candidates based on race – as was the case for many years.

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Catholic doctors increasingly adopt DPC

July 25, 2023 by richard-walker

The ability to practice their faith is important to many Catholic doctors, but according to a recent article, the benefits of Direct Primary Care–both to their patients and their practice–are just as, if not more, important.

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US doctors practicing in Canada?!

May 8, 2023 by richard-walker

The shortage of physicians in two Canadian provinces is so acute, they’re now allowing doctors licensed in the U.S.
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Will AI Enable Physicians or Replace Them?

April 12, 2023 by richard-walker

AI’s impact on healthcare will be significant, according to BRI Board Member Jack Brown’s initial analysis

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Gender Dysphoria–an Epidemic?

April 8, 2023 by richard-walker

Is the gender dysphoria policy of the American Academy of Pediatrics conflicted? Dr. Kenneth Fisher raises the question.

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How Doctors Use AI

April 5, 2023 by richard-walker

The use of AI is promising, according to a recent article in the Wall St. Journal, but physicians must be careful to “do no harm.”

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