In The News
OPINION | Laura Packard, Small Business Owner and Health Care Advocate
Every American should have access to health care. I’m a cancer survivor, and the treatments I went through saved my life.
The chemotherapy and … Read More
A team at UC San Diego School of Engineering is working to develop a sensor that would stick to your facemask and detect COVID-19 in your breath.
“Just imagine you would have a roll of stickers. … Read More
Another 2,925 of Pfizer’s long-awaited COVID-19 vaccines arrived at UC San Diego Health for front line healthcare workers to read more click here –>https://www.10news.com/news/coronavirus/uc-san-diego-health-receives-nearly-3-000-covid-19-vaccines
Harvard Business Review gives a shoutout to PRR.
Amid the horrifying loss of jobs brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic, there has been one countervailing force: an urgent demand for medical and technology professionals to … Read More
Coming out of retirement
In late February/early March, it became apparent that there just wouldn’t be enough medical personnel to provide care for the tens of thousands of incoming COVID-19 patients across the United States. … Read More
In a recent article in MedPage Today, David Nash, MD, MBA spoke about physician burnout – a serious issue facing a growing number of physicians.
The statistics are alarming – more than 50% of all … Read More
In this article, Forbes reporter Bruce Japsen reports on the American Academy of Medical Colleges annual physician workplace report, which notes the growing decline of primary care physicians in the United States year-over-year.
Forbes: Doctor … Read More
In this piece, The Wall Street Journal interviews our President & Founder, Dr. Leonard Glass, about the Physician Retraining & Reentry program and his efforts to positively impact the growing physician shortage.
Wall Street Journal: … Read More