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All Physicians Are Not Created Equal: How to Fix Medicine’s Two-Party System | Hello Health | Fast Company

Here’s my first column on fastcompany.com. I’ll be regularly writing about healthcare issues. This is the first post: Imagine there is a committee of politicians made up of 24 republicans and 5 democrats. Their job is to decide a politician’s salary–for democrats and republicans–and decisions are made by majority rule. Which party do you think would have the highest salary? Much like American politics, doctors … Continue reading All Physicians Are Not Created Equal: How to Fix Medicine’s Two-Party System | Hello Health | Fast Company

Very cool indeed; instead of changing the entire system, he’s creating a new system that works around the existing; it will start in current un-served and under-served segments and spread to the currently mis-served segments once they realize how much better the solution is; a “quiet” revolution from the quiet masses; I’m excited. CG – Thoughts on 2.0 A comment on a blog post In … Continue reading

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Kickstarter

veken: topherchris: Kickstarter is a funding platform for artists, designers, filmmakers, musicians, journalists, entrepreneurs, athletes, inventors, bloggers, philanthropists, explorers… Kickstarter just launched, and I think it’s a great idea. Go check it out. This is amazing! Simple, Free, and only limited by your ideas and what people think of them.  This is what I love about the internet! Yeah. Definitely. Awesome. Kickstarter Continue reading Kickstarter

An email I received from a second year med student

Posted with permission: Dr. Parkinson: What can I expect when I graduate? It’s a bit silly to wonder that now, considering I should be cramming away for finals and the USMLE Step 1, but after stumbling across your site I had to ask.  I’m an Indian born, Canadian raised future physician attending medical school in the American south (Georgia). Every time I turn on the … Continue reading An email I received from a second year med student