Two weeks ago in this blog we explained the history of board certification, recertification and the controversy surrounding the American Board of Medical Specialties Maintenance of Certification program. Kurt Eichenwald, an investigative reporter from Newsweek has been instrumental in bringing […]
The Docs4PatientCare Foundation MISSION is to:
Preserve the sanctity of the physician-patient relationship, promote quality care, support affordable access to care for all Americans and to protect the patient’s personal health care decisions.
Senator Bill Cassidy, MD (R-LA) introduced S. 1989 – The Primary Care Enhancement Act on August 5, 2015. The bill has been read twice and referred to the Committee on Finance. The full text of the bill is available here: […]
Docs 4 Patient Care Foundation is proud to be on-site for the Summit at the Summit: A National Grand Rounds on the State of American Medicine Conference in Keystone, CO. D4PC Foundation joins hundreds of attendees to discuss the state […]
Health Care In the News
The Board of Directors and staff of the Docs 4 Patient Care Foundation spent this week at the 23rd Annual State Policy Network meeting in Grand Rapids, Michigan. This event brought together over 1000 attendees from 49 states amplify the […]
Although many of the issues relating to health care policy are national in scope and require involvement at the Federal level, other critical issues must be addressed at the State level. A concrete example of this is the change that […]
The long-term solvency of Medicare is the most serious domestic policy problem this country faces in the 21st century. Despite the rosy forecasts from politicians, the Medicare Trustees confirm that health care spending will consume an increasing proportion of the […]
Doctor’s Lounge Radio Show
Join host Dr. Hal Scherz and his guest Dr. Jeffrey English as they discuss the topic: Care in Conflict with Regulations Forcing Doctors to make impossible decisions.
Join host Dr. Koriwchak and guest Sally Pipes as she steps into the Doctor’s Lounge to brief us on the data behind several national editorials she recently authored. Medicaid turns 50 this year. Costing a $1 billion in 1965, the […]
Join Dr. Hal Scherz and his guest Dr. Robert Wiskind, the Chair of the Board of Trustees at the Children’s Care Network of Atlanta, as he steps into the Doctor’s Lounge to warn about the dangers of imposing adult health […]