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How the travel ban would hurt our healthcare system

How the travel ban would hurt our healthcare system

The ban not only creates uncertainty for American immigrants and visitors, but also for the state of medicine and science in the United States, which rely upon immigrant students and researchers. The possibility of a permanent ban brings up questions about what that means for the healthcare industry, whose dependence an immigrant workforce is expected to increase in the coming...

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How to Avoid Being Surprised by a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

How to Avoid Being Surprised by a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

The provider-patient dynamic has long been plagued by paternalistic decision-making, timid patients, and communication failures.  I believe that the system is the problem, not thepeople who comprise it.  And the system is inextricably linked to the insurance companies, the business of hospital management, and the exhausting balancing of practice profits against patient...

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The Wearing of the Underwear: Reflections on pain recovery

The Wearing of the Underwear: Reflections on pain recovery

We talked about how it could be an Olympic sport with the way I approached it -- endurance trials, training, and support from a PT.  We imagined that I'd receive some sort of gold-gilded trophy with a woman standing triumphantly in her underwear.  I'd successfully mastered several dynamic...

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