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Medicare's New Physician Payment System


Government and private-sector leaders have resolved to trans­form how physicians are paid in a way that holds them more accountable for the care they deliver. 11 more words

"Reflexes and instincts are not pretty. It is their..."

“Reflexes and instincts are not pretty. It is their decoration that initiates art.”

~ Martin H. Fischer, physician, author, German born, American


Going Through the Underwriting Process for Life and Disability Insurance

The life insurance underwriting experience can be long, confusing, and leave you regretting the whole experience…kind of like my prom. This post is to let you know what you can expect. 659 more words


Speak Up

You are a Jewish physician. A man comes in as a new patient, tattooed head to toe with neo-nazi symbols and swastikas. He makes some hate filled, threatening statements about several ethnic populations, including the Jewish people but does not attack you directly because he does not realize who you are. 17 more words


Why Physicians, Patients are Choosing Concierge Medicine

By Vera Gruessner on March 22, 2016

“Concierge medicine’s growth is being fueled by both physicians and patients.”

As the healthcare insurance industry moves toward pay-for-performance and value-based care reimbursement, many physicians and patients are seeking differing ways to work toward improved care and decreased costs. 1,005 more words


Every physician is a wounded healer

Source: Every physician is a wounded healer

Just a few days ago, we lost a dear friend and colleague physician to suicide. Perhaps that is the reason I have not been posting anything since then. 82 more words


Doctor Writes Globe Op/Ed Response ... ‘Personalized’ primary care is an egregious practice

‘Personalized’ primary care is an egregious practice

By Dr. Martin P. Solomon | The writer is medical director of Brigham and Women’s Primary Care of Brookline. 303 more words