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The Familiar Physician: Saving Your Doctor In the Era of Obamacare

Medical


by
Peter B. Anderson, Bud Ramey and Tom Emswiller

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 242 pages

File size: 938 KB

Protection: DRM

Language: English


Imagine health care without your Familiar Physician. Every time you’re sick, you’re a stranger, enduring long waits for medical treatment from someone who may never have seen you before. The Familiar Physician is the story of the dedicated physicians who helped build the medical home into American health care – the personal journey of Dr. Peter Anderson, a pioneer in team care medicine, the extraordinary vision of IBM’s Dr. Martin Sepulveda and the powerful crusade of advocacy of his colleague, IBM’s Dr. Paul Grundy. It’s a story that will enlighten readers on the perfect storm bearing down on primary care doctors and what each of us needs to do to protect what we value most about our health care.

Imagine health care without your Familiar Physician. Every time you’re sick, you’re a stranger, enduring long waits for medical treatment from someone who may never have seen you before. The Familiar Physician is the story of the dedicated physicians who helped build the medical home into American health care – the personal journey of Dr. Peter Anderson, a pioneer in team care medicine, the extraordinary vision of IBM’s Dr. Martin Sepulveda and the powerful crusade… (more)

Imagine health care without your Familiar Physician. Every time you’re sick, you’re a stranger, enduring long waits for medical treatment from someone who may never have seen you before. The Familiar Physician is the story of the dedicated physicians who helped build the medical home into American health care – the personal journey of Dr. Peter Anderson, a pioneer in team care medicine, the extraordinary vision of IBM’s Dr. Martin Sepulveda and the powerful crusade of advocacy of his colleague, IBM’s Dr. Paul Grundy. It’s a story that will enlighten readers on the perfect storm bearing down on primary care doctors and what each of us needs to do to protect what we value most about our health care.

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