PPP's Dr. Bernard writes an op-ed in USA Today about how physicians are deeply invested in patients’ wellbeing but face barriers caused by a broken healthcare system.
PPP members, Dr. Parikh and Dr. Sewell, share their insights in a story about the dangers of robotic prescription filling at Walgreens.
PPP Leaders Write to Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine About ‘Synergistic’ Training of PAs with DO Students
"We are writing to express concern about the MSU College of Osteopathic Medicine’s plan to train Physician Assistant (PA) students ‘synergistically’ with Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine students."
A new story and podcast from the American Medical Association talks about the urgent need for action now to address the physician shortage.
Mercy Hylton, a pediatric emergency physician and a member of Physicians for Patient Protection, is quoted in a story discussing health care cost reductions in Indiana.
PPP member, Dr. Mercy Hylton, is a pediatric emergency physician and writes an important Op-Ed in the Indy Star about healthcare price increases.
In The New Republic, Niran Al-Agba, co-author of Patients at Risk, covers how thousands of urgent care clinics have popped up over the last decade. How safe are they?
PPP’s Dr. Shaffer Talks with Virginia 7 News About Bill that Shortens Training & Experience for Nurse Practitioners
Virginia lawmakers have passed a bill in the House of Delegates that would shorten the prerequisites for nurse practitioners. A PPP expert physician is interviewed by Virginia 7 News.
In this story from the AMA, one in five physicians say it is likely they will leave their current practice within two years.
PPP's Rebekah Bernard, MD, offers commentary in Medscape. "Physician assistants (PAs) are angry with me, and with good reason..."