Despite the passage of legislation in ten states clarifying that Direct Primary Care (DPC) is not insurance, the laws governing DPC practices in many states remain ambiguous. 101 more words
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The Brain Disease Model of Addiction: is it Supported by the Evidence and has it Delivered on its Prom | Disrupted Physician
Science and medicine need to be predicated on competence, thoughtfulness, good faith, civility, honesty, and integrity. This is universally applicable. What they are doing betrays the trust of society and breaches the most basic ethical obligations of not only doctors but human beings. 213 more words
Part of the explanation as to why FFS is bad, and why VBP is good, is somewhat valid, but it doesn’t tell the whole story. The narrative goes like this. 155 more words
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Anyone who is serious about evidence need only compare black communities as they evolved in the first 100 years after slavery with black communities as they evolved in the first 50 years after the explosive growth of the welfare state, beginning in the 1960s.
Hillary Clinton drew a sharp distinction Tuesday between herself and the 2016 Republican hopefuls on immigration reform, and called for a full path to citizenship for people who came to the U.S. 200 more words
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So now in Baltimore, which has the nation’s seventh-highest violent crime rate, the nonracial word “thugs” is banished as racist — even when spoken by a black mayor.