At this healthcare policy conference, the seemingly marginal number of healthcare providers amongst the lawyers, economists and other policy makers surprised me.
Too often in healthcare discussions, terms are used without clarity, or without really thinking through the possible downsides of what is being proposed. By investigating various view points we can best sort out the strength and weaknesses of various options, and come to our own conclusions about what best serves the patient-doctor relationship.
For the first time, Benjamin Rush Institute is opening its Friday Keynote Luncheon address with Dr. Raul Artal to the greater OSU, OUHCOM, other local universities, and the greater Columbus […]
Perhaps the most striking thing of the entire experience, however, was just how happy the direct primary care doctors were. I was also very inspired to see the entrepreneurial spirit of the direct primary care doctors—most who own their own practices and are excited for the growth opportunities before them.
Having practiced in India, I really am able to appreciate how good the system of DPC is for patients and their families. I am planning to do my residency in Family Medicine and start my own private practice. I will definitely be practicing DPC in the near future. Thanks to BRI for introducing me to such a wonderful opportunity in the US.