Pre-meds are not usually known for the attention they paid in English class. But as we enter an unprecedented era of 21st century medicine, rapidly consolidated and corporatized, physicians would do well to return to the classics
Having been involved in PPP since my 2nd year of medical school, I have learned that you should always, at the very least, ask for a physician.
Working in a safety-net academic center, I've witnessed firsthand the challenges faced by underserved populations, particularly in places like Appalachia where specialized care is scarce.
Dr. Ian Kahane and PPP were featured on WMSC 90.3 FM New Jersey regarding the New Jersey nurse strike.
Sara O'Heron, MD discusses changes in the education and training of NPs and PAs over her 35-year career.
Between the Lines of Care: The Debate on Nurse Practitioners’ Independent Practice and its Implications for American Healthcare
Patients depend on physicians' expertise when they are sick or injured. However, over the past 10-15 years, there has been a trend towards emergency department staffing with nurse practitioners and physician assistants (NPs and PAs).
Plastic surgeon Alina Sholar, MD discusses the risks and dangers associated with non-physician supervised medspa medical procedures.
Employment attorney Dennis Hursh, Esq advises physicians on best practices for a fair employment contract.
PPP member, Dr. Dan Inder Sraow, was quoted in a story on GoodRx.com about AI in healthcare.
Authentic Medicine says: Please Purchase Dr. Rebekah Bernard’s Follow-up Book Called Imposter Doctors
"Three years ago Dr. Bernard’s published, Patients at Risk: The Rise of the Nurse Practitioner and Physician Assistant in Healthcare, and luckily for us, she is NOT stopping..."