Code Black doesn’t aim to attack all the problems of the healthcare system, as it would be difficult for one film to do so. Rather, it sheds light on a key struggle in medicine today through the tale of the old LA County Hospital’s iconic trauma bay, “C-booth.”
Doctors strike and the President retaliates by shutting down all the residency programs and firing all the residents and interns. Sound like fiction? It’s not.
This year, FMMA is hosting its annual 2014 conference with the theme: “Thinkers, Doers, and Users: Forecasts, ideas, and how to create a free market health care practice.” Attendees (including eight BRI student leaders) will learn from the best how to practice free market medicine successfully, and how free market care saves money and gets better results, both for one’s practice and one’s patients.
Aggregating overwhelming Internet information on a particular topic is a useful tool and an unprecedented way of reaching new audiences. Jared Rhoads, a friend of Benjamin Rush Institute, recently founded HealthPolicy.tv, a site devoted to amassing the most informed and interesting healthcare policy videos on the web.
Sponsored by the OU chapter of the Benjamin Rush Insititute October 17, 2013 Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine Dr. Todd Fredricks DO, Assistant Professor, Department of Family Medicine, speaks to medical students Related posts: Lee Gross, MD, presents Epiphany Health to AMSA 10/12/2013 Sen. Rand Paul at University of Louisville 8/22/2013 2013 Debate: […]
Dr. Lee Gross, MD, presents direct primary care plan Epiphany Health to AMSA national conference for medical students at the Rowan School of Osteopathic Medicine October 12, 2013, sponsored by the Benjamin Rush Institute, a non-profit organization protecting doctor-patient relationships and preserving freedom of choice in medicine. Dr. Gross is a family physician in Florida […]