Monday, November 5, 2012

Moving On to New Website

Thanks for following my blog which since 2007 has provided a home for my thoughts and musings about the challenges for doctors and patients to get the right care each time. This blog was the starting point for my first book - Stay Healthy, Live Longer, Spend Wisely - Making Intelligent Choices in America's Healthcare System.

I hope you continue to enjoy much of the terrific content here as well as follow me to my new home which features the latest commentary and insight at Davis Liu, MD as well as my newest book - The Thrifty Patient - Vital Insider Tips For Saving Money and Staying Healthy.

Of course you can still follow me on Twitter @davisliumd


Davis Liu, MD


Thomas Watson said...

Americans are fortunate to live in a nation where the health care resources are abundant – we have modern hospitals, sophisticated equipment, well-equipped rural facilities, skilled and dedicated physicians and nurses, and plentiful medications. It is time to reform the health care system in the United States – time to make it affordable, portable, and accessible to all Americans.

The White Coat Investor said...

I enjoyed your recent post on KevinMD. I couldn't find a place to leave a comment there, so I came here to do so.

Thanks for helping docs protect their ability to continue to practice medicine!

The White Coat Investor said...

I saw your recent article on KevinMD about physician personal finance. Good stuff. I tried leaving another post but it didn't show up. Perhaps it is awaiting approval...

SteveofCaley said...

The most cost-effective test is the human being with experience and training in medicine. If doctors are not needed, then away with them! A naked emperor is not enough for a fable - but the one who pretends to wear clothes from vanity's sake, is. The "cost explosion" is from substituting costly tests instead of physician experience. Our society CHOOSES this and will accelerate the choice. Prices cannot go down in this scenario.


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