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Do You Know What Your Doctor Does?

The American healthcare system is at a crossroads. Over the past eight years there has been an acceleration in the movement towards automation, centralization and regulation in an attempt to increase efficiency, lower cost and increase access.Towards that end, there has been an exponential growth in large hospital systems which have co-opted and in some

The New American Healthcare Act: Will It Bring Down Costs?

There are three things that are important to know about the new healthcare proposal known as The American Healthcare Act of 2017 (AHCA). First, it does not repeal Obamacare; second, it doubles down on one of the most expensive parts of the healthcare system by subsidizing the health insurance industry; and third, it does not

Healthcare Consumerism: The Power of Patient Choice

It is obvious that our healthcare system is not working and fundamental changes have to be made. It is time to redefine what quality healthcare means. Instead of being considered a right perhaps it is time to think of it as a service. Patients are consumers seeking service that is accessible, affordable and innovative from

ObamaCare: A House Of Cards

The latest insurance company to pull out of the Obamacare exchanges because of financial losses shines a light on the slippery foundation upon which it was set up. In the haste to be all things to all people in order to sell it, little thought was given to how it would actually work – the

5 ways Obamacare Is Dismantling Affordable Quality Healthcare

Despite the feel good rhetoric about the success of the Affordable Care Act that is being peddled during this election season, reality has hit home for many Americans. Patients have come to know that: 1. The subsidies don’t cover the high out of pocket costs from deductibles and co-insurance. The high costs have failed to

The Healthcare Rhetoric vs The Reality

Everyone can agree that this political season has been different. The candidates and their “win at all cost“ campaigns have unwittingly uncovered what has been lurking under the surface. It is what voters have known, but have been unable to put their fingers on or wrap their brains around - the feeling that there is