Archive for June, 2018

  • Take A Look At The Alliance For Health Policy’s Video: “Summit on Health Care Costs in America”

    Last month, I was excited to attend and participate in the Alliance for Health Policy’s Summit on Health Care Costs in America, which was held on May 24, 2018, in Washington, DC. As we all know, the conversation on health care costs in America is decades old, yet progress has been elusive. Terms like sustainability, affordability, and value are set forward as […]
  • Register to Attend the Alliance for Health Policy’s June 29th Congressional Briefing on Health Care Costs in America

    As Chair of the Alliance for Health Policy, I would like to invite you to register for the 2018 Opportunities for Progress Signature Series Congressional Briefing on Health Care Costs in America. The event will take place this Friday, June 29, 2018, at the Dirksen Senate Office Building located at 50 Constitution Ave NE, Room G-50, Washington, DC, 20002. The briefing will be […]
  • Suicide Rates Are Increasing Across Our United States!

    All of us must have been saddened by the highly publicized suicides of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain. These high profile tragedies serve to remind us that the struggle against mental illness affects all socioeconomic sectors of our society. Being rich and well-known does not immunize us from these challenges. As such, we’re all in this together regardless of socioeconomic […]
  • NIH Resources to Help You Communicate More Effectively With Your Doctor!

    As a physician, I can’t emphasize enough, the importance of good communication between a patient and their doctor! The National Institutes of Health has a great article titled “Talking to Your Doctor”, that offers great advice and resources which help individuals to take a more active role in their healthcare by communicating more effectively with their provider. Open communication will […]