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Thank you for the props Dr. Feld.

What I was trying to explain to lay people is this disconnect Berenson had with what it costs a person to become a Physician.

I love what I do, and I'm a 4th generation surgeon, so I kind of knew the score going into medicine. But suggestions like that NYT piece just miss the boat with the workforce in medicine and just how fragile the system is.

I enjoyed your post. As a physician I wholeheartedly feel that we are underpaid. Time value of services is the norm in healthcare. There is no consideration for risk and malpractice coverage. We, as physicians are posed as the scapegoat when in all reality we give more free care away that the average business does.


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