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Wednesday Mar 03, 2021
Lose-Lose: Noncompete Agreements Hurt Doctors and Patients
Restrictive covenants, also known as noncompete agreements, represent a unique piece of contract architecture that exists in many business fields and may have merit in certain circumstances. When applied to medical practice, however, these agreements can be particularly harmful. Read more in the Fresh Perspectives blog.
Wednesday Nov 04, 2020
FPs in Advocacy Don’t Need to Reinvent the Wheel
Friday Sep 11, 2020
Do No (Financial) Harm
In this Fresh Perspectives blog post, Anita Ravi, M.D., M.P.H., M.S.H.P., examines why understanding and addressing patients' financial health is as important as caring for their physical and mental health.
Thursday Sep 03, 2020
Why We Fight for Patients of Color
Wednesday Jul 08, 2020
Unemployment During Pandemic Amounts to a One-Two Punch
Thursday Jul 02, 2020
Don't Miss Your Opportunity to Lead
With the National Conference of Family Medicine Residents and Medical Students approaching, Kurt Bravata, M.D., writes in the Fresh Perspectives blog that resident leadership roles led him to his current job and a state leadership position.
Monday Dec 16, 2019
SNAP Work Requirements Won't Work
Kimberly Becher, M.D., writes in this Fresh Perspectives blog post that roughly 10% of her county's population was already receiving assistance from a local food bank before the federal government finalized a rule that will cut Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits.
Wednesday Sep 18, 2019
Don't Blame Mental Illness for Mass Shootings
Natasha Bhuyan, M.D., writes in the Fresh Perspectives blog that taking the wholesale approach of blaming mass shootings on mental illness stigmatizes patients who have mental health issues and deflects attention from real predictors of such incidents.
Wednesday Jul 03, 2019
Health Spending Keeps Going Up; Why Are Outcomes Worse?
Tuesday Apr 02, 2019
EAT-Lancet Recommendations Have Value, but Are They Feasible?
A new report on diet and agriculture aims to improve the health of the earth and its human inhabitants. Lalita Abhyankar, M.D., M.H.S., lauds the commission's effort but questions the feasibility of its recommendations.
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