How I went from telemedicine skeptic to advocate
The U.S. may feel ready to move on from the pandemic, but I’m not.
Abnormalities on medical tests that weren't what doctors were looking for—and probably mean nothing—can cause a lot of anxiety, time, and money
If doctors feel health cost reform will just worsen the workload of practicing medicine, it will be hard to get them on board.
Investing in primary care for everyone will cost money, but the overall gain -- for the economy, for Medicare, for our nation's health -- would outweigh this handily.