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
All Giddy about Cholesterol
Medicare's Quality Indicators and the reduction of quality geriatric care
The insignificance of cholesterol in the elderly: Why Medicare's quality indicators may be wrong
The enduring curse of Ancel Keys
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