The BRI Blog

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

Do hospitals really want fair trade?–a recent Wall St. Journal article has the answer.

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False Alarms in ER!

January 2, 2023 by richard-walker

Can epidemiology be based on one patient’s experience? Apparently it can, based on a Canadian study of emergency rooms.

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Doctors, Their Patients, Medicare & Insolvency

November 28, 2022 by richard-walker

Medicare Advantage gets a raise. Doctors?–not so much. Click to read the article.

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Doctors Flee Medicare

November 10, 2022 by richard-walker

The race is on! BRI Board Member Jack Brown reports in an article for the Frontier Institute that more and more doctors, squeezed by Medicare reimbursement and regulatory practices are opting out.
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Poor scores force MCAT redesign

August 8, 2022 by richard-walker

Poor MCAT scores have forced the education community to redesign the test questions to in the hope to reduce the gap between white & Asian students and those of black applicants…is the decision good for the end user?

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