The Sum of Our Parts
Physicians must band together to overcome the current challenges in ophthalmology
Debbie Osborn | | Opinion
I’ve worked with a number of medical societies over the last 20 years, and I’ve picked up on a recurring theme: quality. In short, it has become an increasingly difficult task to balance quality with cost in healthcare. The USA administration – whether it is headed by Obama, Trump or someone else – makes changes that it believes will ensure healthcare quality, but – in reality – the impact of such changes on physicians across the country is rarely well understood. Time and time again, the administration fails to reach out to the medical community, viewing those within it as simple bystanders. But they are far from bystanders – they are the front line.
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