Doctor, Doctor – #47 – Imagine a World Without Catholic Doctors

Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn was a Russian born author, an outspoken critic of Stalin and the Soviet Union during World War II, and gave insights into the medical world through his work "Cancer Ward". He won the 1970 Nobel Prize in Literature for the ethical force the pursued in his writing. This week celebrated the 100th anniversary of his birth.

Doctor, Doctor – #47 – Imagine a World Without Catholic Doctors2020-02-17T01:09:49-05:00

Doctor, Doctor – #41 – Should Hospitals Offer Refunds? An Innovative Approach to Quality Care

Dr. Greg Burke, Chief Patient Experience Officer at Geisinger Medical Center and Co-Chairman of the Catholic Medical Association’s Ethics Committee, talks about why his hospital became the first in the country to offer refunds for unsatisfactory patient care.

Doctor, Doctor – #41 – Should Hospitals Offer Refunds? An Innovative Approach to Quality Care2020-02-17T01:45:16-05:00
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