Integrity and Accountability [The Declining State of Physician Health and the Urgent Need for Ethical and Evidence-Based Leadership]

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[By Michael Lawrence Langan MD]

Integrity and Accountability—The Declining State of Physician Health and the Urgent Need for Ethical and Evidence-Based Leadership.

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  1. More on … Integrity and Accountability—The Declining State of Physician Health and the Urgent Need for Ethical and Evidence-Based Leadership

    This is a topic the majority of practicing physicians are completely unaware of and we need to start the discussion, take a step back to see how we arrived here and hopefully address the errors made in judgment along the way.

    Medicine is predicated on competence, good-faith, and integrity. Medical ethics necessitates beneficence, respect, and autonomy. The scaffold erected here is designed for coercion and control. Exposure, transparency, and accountability are urgent. An evidence based Cochrane type assessment of their “research” and an Institute of Medicine Conflict of Interest review are long overdue.

    Thanks,
    Michael Lawrence Langan MD
    http://mllangan1.wordpress.com

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  2. Applying Comparative Effectiveness Research to Everyday Decisions

    Robert W. Dubois, MD, PhD, Chief Scientific Officer National Pharmaceutical CouncilFollow

    Abstract

    Dr. Dubois is a recognized expert in the areas of defining best practice, disease management, and the appropriateness of care. This Forum provides and an overview of real world evidence and how decision makers develop policies. Dr. Dubois also discusses the need to demonstrate the value of medications.

    Recommended Citation
    Dubois, MD, PhD, Robert W., “Applying Comparative Effectiveness Research to Everyday Decisions” (2013). Jefferson School of Population Health Forum. Presentation 72.
    http://jdc.jefferson.edu/hpforum/72

    Dubois_HPForum4 17 13_JDC.pdf (2136 kB)
    49 PowerPoint slides

    Ann Miller RN MHA

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