In The News
4.24.11- A British View of the US Health Reform and US Health Journalism
Read this interesting article about how US journalists and the general public let health insurance companies get away with terms like "medical loss" to describe money spent on patient care, more about and what this means for US health care in general.
3.23.11- Why Health Care Markets Can Never Work
Read David Spero's new piece on Why Health Care Markets Can Never Work.  It’s because the sellers are making the purchase decisions.
1.12.11- MDM to screen at Health and Wellness Conference
Money-Driven Medicine will screen at Health, Wellness and Society's annual Health and Wellness Conference on January 22nd. For more details, please visit the Conference website.
12.1.10- Money-Driven Medicine is reviewed in JHCPU

Money-Driven Medicine is reviewd by Virginia M. Brennan in the November issue of Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved;

“A clearly told story about how the U.S. health care system has cost so much for such inconsistent results [with] definite implications for how the country can overhaul its health care system….The ideas conveyed are both complex and of great practical importance. Happily, doctor the producers have assembled an A-list of experts.  [The time] one spends watching the film is richly rewarded.”


Read the full review here.

Money-Driven Medicine at Conferences and in the Classroom

Some of Money-Driven Medicine screening hightlights include:

  • National Association of Community Health Centers Policy & Issues Forum
  • Association for Prevention Teaching and Research Annual Conference
  • Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference on Medical Student Education
  • U.S. Capitol Watch-In Screening
  • APHA Annual Meeting
  • AAMC Annual Conference

Screen Money-Driven Medicine at your conference or use it for a campus event, stomach in your classroom or at a staff training to discuss issues pertaining to healthcare reform including cutting cost while improving quality, patient-safety, the Dr-patient relationship and building support for primary and accountable care.


Learn more about Money-Driven Medicine here

Purchase Money-Driven Medicine here

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