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Open letter from Yellow Vest Doctor to President Macron

Open letter from Yellow Vest Doctor to President Macron

By Bryan Wright 15 Comments December 11, 2019

IAM A CURSED COUNTRY OR A SACRIFICED COUNTRY A medical doctor supports 100% the Yellow Vests and explains why we should join and give them our support. A true diagnostic comes before the treatment that will save.This is the fight for our democracy and our freedoms. An awakening of the French people. Do not be […]

Norwood – Meet Dr. Michele Coviello – Dedham Medical Internal Medicine

Norwood – Meet Dr. Michele Coviello – Dedham Medical Internal Medicine

By Bryan Wright 1 Comment December 11, 2019

I’m Michele Coviello. I’m an internist and I’ve been practicing medicine since 1996. What is best about being a primary care doctor and especially doing it for last 20 years is that I get to know my patients and their families and I’m really lucky to be able to take care of an entire family. […]

Original 2020 budget amended with cuts for health and welfare, hikes for Social …

Original 2020 budget amended with cuts for health and welfare, hikes for Social …

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 11, 2019

South Korea’s National Assembly on Tuesday passed next year’s budget bill worth four hundred twenty eight point nine billion u.s. dollars the original bill suggested by the government underwent some changes during the National Assembly’s plenary session the budget for health and welfare in the industry and energy budget were cut slightly while public money […]

Gaying Up Healthcare | P4A 2019 | Howard Brown Health

Gaying Up Healthcare | P4A 2019 | Howard Brown Health

By Bryan Wright 18 Comments December 11, 2019

Happy Project for Awesome! [upbeat music] For those of you unaware, the Project for Awesome is an annual YouTube fundraiser in which people make videos about their favorite charities. This year, I’m supporting Howard Brown Health, an organization based here in Chicago that works to address disparities in healthcare faced by LGBT people. One of […]

Ocean Hills Recovery: Impact of Alcohol & Depression Medicine & How Dual Diagnosis Can Help

Ocean Hills Recovery: Impact of Alcohol & Depression Medicine & How Dual Diagnosis Can Help

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 10, 2019

Occasionally, people with anxiety or depression may turn to alcohol to try to relax and de-stress. They are desperate for ways to numb their negative feelings and are looking for an escape. But alcohol use will only make their depression and anxiety worse, especially if they are taking medication for their mental health. The only […]

Why I Choose to Hire Weatherby Healthcare Locum Tenens Physicians

Why I Choose to Hire Weatherby Healthcare Locum Tenens Physicians

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 9, 2019

I work in Anchorage Alaska at a multidisciplinary cancer center. We have several surgeons in our practice, we have a primary care physician. There’s a medical oncologist, we have a radiology department, we have a surgical suite, but I’m the only radiation oncologist. When I want to take time off I really have to do […]

Traverse City Regional Center – Masters of Physician Assistant Studies

Traverse City Regional Center – Masters of Physician Assistant Studies

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 9, 2019

I picked GVSU in Traverse City because it allows me to stay in northern Michigan, which is home base for me. I’ve already worked and done a lot of service opportunities in northern Michigan and so it really ties into that giving back to the community. I get to stay, live, work potentially all northern […]

Public Reporting on Physician Compare: What You Need to Know – Webinar Recording

Public Reporting on Physician Compare: What You Need to Know – Webinar Recording

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 9, 2019

Alesia: Hello and welcome to the public reporting on Physician Compare webinar. I’m Alesia Hovatter, Health Policy Analyst in the Division of Electronic and Clinician Quality in the Quality Measurement and Value-Based Incentives Group, otherwise known as QMVIG. in the Center for Clinical Standards and Quality at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid services, also […]

Does pharmaceutical R&D investment correlate with new medicines?

Does pharmaceutical R&D investment correlate with new medicines?

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 8, 2019

Over the last 20 years from 1995 to 2015, R&D spending by pharmaceutical companies has averaged about sixty billion dollars a year and has increased about three hundred percent over that time. In spite of that unfortunately the number of new drugs that have been put onto the market every year has not changed very […]

#AskASailor — Joining the Reserve as a Practicing Physician

#AskASailor — Joining the Reserve as a Practicing Physician

By Bryan Wright 2 Comments December 7, 2019

One is for adventure. Two is to be part of a team. And three is to support the Marines and Sailors who are putting their lives on the line out – out in very austere environments.