Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Earthquake: How the Ever-shifting Healthcare Model Victimizes Americans by Brian H Casull MD, MPA

Earthquake: How the Ever-shifting Healthcare Model Victimizes Americans

Healthcare in America is littered with confusing rules and unclear systems. The discussion is oft centered on misconstrued facts and downright lies. Some politicians claim that nobody ever died from lack of access, that the Affordable Care Act is unnecessary and American healthcare isn't cost-prohibitive. Some claim no one has lost Medicare or Medicaid coverage and pre-existing conditions don't threaten coverage.

One thing that can't be denied about American healthcare is how often the average consumer is left confused. Earthquake: How the Ever-shifting Healthcare Model Victimizes Americans uses an easy-to-understand metaphor that equates the ever-shifting healthcare system with tectonic plates: just as earthquakes create victims with every shift of tectonic plates, so does the unstable American healthcare system.

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About Brian H. Casull

Brian H. Casull, MD, MPA has been in healthcare for almost 50 years as a practicing physician and physician executive. His 21 years in the U.S. Army and time spent as Chief of Staff for a Cigna Staff Model, Medical Director for United Healthcare for Southern California, and AVP for a Pharmacy Benefit Manager were based on serving the patient and improving the interface between our healthcare system and those whom it serves. He currently consults on healthcare matters and serves as the Medical Director for the Government Contractor awarded the Medicare Beneficiary and Family Centered Care (BFCC) Quality Improvement Organization (QIO) initiative.

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1 comment:

  1. this is one of those books i would avoid because the whole health care issue really ticks me off. i used to pay over 600 bucks a month but am now on medicare. they still find ways to screw ya. ok, nough said.
    sherry @ fundinmental


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