By Eric Funk As a patient with a long history of atypical migraines, I have firsthand experience with the importance of controlling costs of care. I have seen attempts to
By Benjamin Schnapp, MD “Tell me about your mother.” That is always how it begins. There was never quite enough time the last few years, time to put her affairs
By Neel Shah, MD MPP and Dan Michelson, MBA It all started a few years ago with an out-of-the-blue e-mail: “Neel – I saw the work you are doing via
By Tom Peteet, MD Mr. J was as close to a typical sixty year-old patient as possible, wary of doctors and selective in when he took his blood pressure medications.
By Holly Woodcock I’m a nurse and a patient. My story starts out during Thanksgiving of 2009 when I was diagnosed with colorectal cancer at the tender age of 47.
By Ambar Pina Consumers are struggling to compare medical prices and find providers Not so long ago a friend of mine told me she was concerned about a pink patch