Q: So how are you different from all the other universal health care movements?
"So how are you different from all the other universal health care movements?" This was the question posed by my colleague and friend as we researched the dozens of companies and groups who have proposed health care reform plans. Here's a list of how P.S.Y.C.H. is different: 1. Nationwide reach I fully believe that even if a state managed to pull off a universal access system, it would ultimately fail because it's surrounded by states without it. America has this interesting
Review: "A New Attack on Health Care Reform" – The New York Times
Within all the rigmarole of the Affordable Care Act, with it's thousand different plans and thousand different requirements and thousand different micro-incentives, I totally forgot that there are nonprofit and co-op insurance plans/enclaves out there. In this article from The New York Times, the Editorial Board criticizes Republicans for being overly-critical of the failure of those unique plans and says they were bound to fail since Republicans did everything in their power
Q: You're a doctor; why do you care so much about this? You're making bank!
"You're a doctor; why do you care so much about this? You're making bank!" I get this comment a lot. Here's the long and the short of it: yes, physicians make lots of money. Yes, some salaries in medicine are highly inflated compared to others. But rather than go down the "we've sacrificed years of our lives for this" pathway, I want you to remember that physicians are people. We get sick. We have families. We hate knuckleheaded people in positions of power telling us what to