If Hippocrates lived today, he would put forward a basic set of ethical and behavioral guidelines – a code, if you will – by which healthcare ought to be practiced. Four simple tenets define the …Continue reading
Category: Navigating the Code
NtC 2: While the World Changes Can Healthcare Keep Up?
In 1991 about 40% of the world’s population, or 2 billion people, lived in poverty. In 2022 the world’s population surpassed 8 billion, yet 1.75 billion people, or 25%, lived in poverty. With economic …Continue reading
NtC 1 – Navigating the Code: An Introduction
Many books review in painful detail the problems with the U.S. healthcare system, but few suggest incremental, easily implemented, and realistic solutions. It is doubtful that radically changing a $4 trillion, 19% of GDP health …Continue reading
Medications Are a National Security Issue
Over the past several years, patients experienced medication shortages that included cancer drugs, antibiotics for sepsis, and, most recently, over-the-counter pediatric analgesics. Worried parents with children suffering from RSV or the flu are purchasing $4 …Continue reading