Perhaps the target wasn't Day-Glo orange, but the wound was life changing, if not life threatening.
Ride along with Mark and learn to avoid an unfair element of fair market value.
Herman Cain withdrew his name from consideration for a Fed seat because he couldn’t afford (or didn’t want) to work for the relatively low pay.
Herman Cain withdrew his name from consideration for a Fed seat because he couldn’t afford (or didn’t want) to work for the relatively low pay
We’re all aware of the push for greater efficiency in healthcare. Unfortunately, doing the absolute wrong thing the right way is incredibly efficient.
Ride along with Mark as he tells the story of having to work hard to pay his physician.
Both state and national level politicians certainly know what side the bread is buttered on, and who’s doing the buttering. There are far more patients than there are physicians, thus the rush to fix the problem they’ve defined as “surprise medical bills.”
Hospitals are focusing their hard and few-earned dollars exactly where it counts, spending big bucks on the physician executives who will surely rescue them from nosocomial existential syndrome: chief officers of this or that trendy trend.