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Physician-Led Healthcare Reform:  A New Approach to Medicare for All

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Physician-Led Healthcare Reform: A New Approach to Medicare for All

The discussion of healthcare is part of any presidential election cycle. Given the impact of Covid-19 and the number of Americans who have healthcare insurance connected to employment, this discussion…
July 8, 2020
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Physician-Led Healthcare Reform: A New Approach to Medicare for All

The discussion of healthcare is part of any presidential election cycle. Given the impact of Covid-19 and the number of Americans who have healthcare insurance connected to employment, this discussion will be amplified as we enter the 2020 election cycle. 

This month, the AAPL will publish Ken Terry’s new book, Physician-Led Healthcare Reform:  A New Approach to Medicare for All. Ken Terry has been writing about the healthcare field for more than 25 years. As a senior editor at Medical Economics from 1993-2007, he covered all aspects of medical practice business, focusing especially on managed care and health information technology. 

SoundPractice hosts Cheryl Toth and Mike Sacopulos interviewed Ken Terry about his compelling and timely new book, one that puts physicians at the top of leadership and decision-making surrounding healthcare delivery and reimbursement models. 

Ken Terry’s new book:  Physician-Led Healthcare Reform:  A New Approach to Medicare for All, publishes July 10, 2020.https://shop.physicianleaders.org/collections/all/products/physician-led-healthcare-reform-a-new-approach-to-medicare-for-all 

Ken Terryhttps://physicianledreform.com/

 

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