March 06, 2017
Area(s) of Interest: Physician Leadership Medical School
|Name: ||Nuriel Moghavem, M.D. |
|Medical School: ||Stanford University |
|City: ||Menlo Park |
|Member Since: ||2013 |
(Originally published at KevinMD.com.) I’m a member of the 25,000-strong medical school graduating class of Obamacare. We were pre-med college students during the debate over the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and began medical school during its implementation. We put ourselves into deep debt and studied late into the night with the promise that we would practice medicine in a system that promoted insurance coverage, reduced medical bankruptcy, and incentivized high-quality care.
Increasingly, we see that promise is about to be broken.
And we’re taking notice.
Read the full op-ed at KevinMD.com.
Nuriel Moghavem is a fourth year medical student at Stanford University School of Medicine and a trustee of the California Medical Association.He publishes a weekly health policy newsletter, "Informed Consent."
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