As the noise about single-payer amplifies in the U.S., a Canadian opinion writer, Neil Macdonald, warns that his country’s health plan is, well, sclerotic. Read the article.
Have you ever wondered why it’s so difficult to talk to a liberal about health care? Or why there is such a passionate desire on the left to remake everyone’s health insurance, even though 80% of Americans (according to Gallup) rate their health coverage as “excellent” or “good”? Most of what the left has to […]
You might find interesting a recent general but brief commentary about Direct Primary Care by John Carlson, Wall Street Journal contributor, of the Washington Policy Center. [READ THE ARTICLE]
Though it’s no longer front-page news, the opioid crisis continues to plague the medical profession, the healthcare system, state budgets, and federal government agencies tasked to keep up with the epidemic. Investigative reporter Sara Carter recently produced a documentary about the crisis, “Not In Vein.” The focus of Ms. Carter’s documentary is largely on the […]
A question that students commonly wrestle with is “How will BRI involvement affect my MATCH experience?” I wrestled with this question myself. With the MATCH growing increasingly competitive, none of us want to add additional barriers to our dream program or specialty. After successfully going through the MATCH for psychiatry, however, I can confidently say […]