Everyone has their life planned out in their head to work out perfectly at every stage of their life. Once we finish high school we plan to get into the college of our choice without having to worry about how to fund our education. 642 more words
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There is a saying that goes, “America doesn’t have a healthcare system – we have a sick-care system.” I don’t know whether that quote is attributable to an individual or not, but the connotation is that what for decades has served as a healthcare delivery system belies the underlying premise that the individuals benefitting from that system’s value proposition are, indeed, healthy. 441 more words
Last week I was interviewed by the Toronto Star about how the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO) communicates with the public when there are complaints about doctors. 575 more words
Population Health (PH) is a term that has become ingrained in the Healthcare Reform lexicon over the past decade. It’s one of those politically gravitational conveniences that allow candidates from different parties to embrace a common goal with little risk of being criticized for holding beliefs different than their opponent. 1,002 more words
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“This is time-consuming and challenging work,” said Dr. Matthew J. Press, an assistant professor of health care policy at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York.