By Andy Lazris, MDby
MEDIA, ARTICLES, TALKS
The Great Myth: Why Health Care Reform is Failing both Patients and Medicare
A Novel Way to Present Health Information
Deception about Dementia: Why Early Detection can be Dangerous
Curing Medicare to be republished by Cornell University Press in 2016
Cancer screening: how conventional wisdom, quality indicators, and payment incentive equals poor ou
Rat Poison in the Nursing Home
PPI Use and Heart Attacks: Really?
The Real Value of Primary Care
The CDC and diseases of the elderly: Less factual than advertised
Baltimore Sun Op Ed Post
The Pain of dying in our current system
The pitfalls of hospitalization
The impact of Medicare Reform on Primary Care
Why Primary Care Doctors Must Enter the Medicare Debate
Anticipating & Planning for Long-Term Care Needs
Does Tamiflu help if you have Influenza? The answer says a lot about our health care system.
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New Blood Pressure Guidelines: Good for Doctors, Bad for Patients.
A 105 year old doctor advocates a better path to improved health and wellness
Isn't it time we finally stop this nonsense and actually fix the system???
Reforming Health Care by Putting Patients in Charge: Our Op-Ed in the Sun
Marginalizing Primary Care in the Hospital: My article in Medical Economics
"We are losing the battle for the hearts and minds of our patients": The seeds of our hea
Marching for better health care: The Science March, April 22nd, DC