Should Doctors Protect their Turf?

Testing Free-Market Principles and Medical Licensing

By Mike Accad MD

It’s been a little over a 100 years since medical licensing laws were introduced in the US.  If people doubt that slippery slopes are real, they should reflect on that history.

In our latest video, Anish Koka and I discuss a “white paper” jointly written by Jeffrey Flier, former dean at Harvard Medical School, and Jared Rhoads from the Dartmouth Institute, calling for some deregulation of the apparatus that rules the supply of physicians and their scope of work. The paper gives an exhaustive account of the bureaucratic mess and offers some possible remedies.

LINK: http://alertandoriented.com/should-doctors-protect-their-turf/

RELATED: https://medicalexecutivepost.com/2014/09/26/is-medical-licensing-really-necessary/

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