Ted’s Take: An ounce of prevention

Ted’s Take: An ounce of prevention

They stay an ounce of the prevention is worth a pound of cure. Isn’t it the truth? In my early years, I lived in the City of Baltimore. We did not have much money, but we played outside with what we had available. We had a rubber ball (purchased for pennies) and a...
How physicians are paid

How physicians are paid

The History of the Resource Based Relative Value Scale Despite a growing need for general practitioners, the Medicare system is not helping with this shortage given the maldistribution of reimbursement between general medical providers and surgeons and other...
Ted’s Take: The other end of the field

Ted’s Take: The other end of the field

Most of us don’t understand the process and scope of medical research – how it’s built or how it works. When we read about research findings and developments, it can feel distant and confusing. Why does research happen so slowly? How are research topics decided? Who...