The BRI Blog

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

The Cost of Covid 19

April 11, 2022 by richard-walker

Covid has captured many lives, but according to a recent article by Dr. William Sage of the Dell Medical School, many of them could be due as much to misinformation as the disease.

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Does it pay to finish medical school?

April 8, 2022 by richard-walker

It does pays to finish medical school and become a physician. To see how much, Medical Economics recently ranked compensation for different specialties. 

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In The States – Legislative Update

March 18, 2022 by richard-walker

BRI’s Legislative Director provides a snapshot of bills and reforms moving through the state capitals. Read the Update.

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The Match & a Shortage of Physicians

March 18, 2022 by richard-walker

Once patients require care beyond what they can provide for themselves, they need…Read the text.

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Does your doctor take Medicare?

March 15, 2022 by richard-walker

Next question, how much longer can your doctor continue to accept Medicare? Writing for the Frontier Institute, BRI Board member Jack Brown thinks you may be surprised by the answer: When Will Enough Be Enough? Why Physicians Are Quitting Medicare.

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How society is allowing the doctor-patient relationship to be cheapened and diminished – can anything be done?

Source: The Philadelphia Inquirer, published 1/17/2022

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