Tag Archives: physicians

More about “concierge” medicine with a jolt from my sister, Doctor Deb

In response to my post yesterday (“I lost my MD”), my sister, a nephrologist (the kidneys), commented. Her take is not as empathetic about physicians as I’ve been. Her comment is so great, I’m posting it here, as well, and … Continue reading

Posted in Medical care in the US, The Facts of Life | Tagged , , , | 2 Comments

Intriguing Twitter exchanges among MDs

After the Alito news, once I was able to think again I started plotting an anti-SCOTUS revolution. Along with my amorphous ideas about court nullification, I began to think about physicians. I often think about physicians, usually for good reasons. … Continue reading

Posted in Government, Judiciary, Law, suits and order, Lawyers, Politics, The Facts of Life, Trumpism | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Intriguing Twitter exchanges among MDs