How does a physician endure the administrative and political pressure that often times, conflict and antagonize proper medical decisions? Having witnessed the problem for the first time in a doctor’s office, the author recognized that the health care problems do not innately begin with the insurance companies, hospital administrators or even an HMO, but with physicians failing to unite behind the common goal of caring for the health their patients. When physicians fail to overcome the aspects of a system that do not serve patients needs, they succumb to a flawed system that inevitably and fatally reigns over medical outcomes.
Kaushal, P. (2008). Reflection on Medical Disunity. Quill & Scope, 1 (1). Retrieved from https://touroscholar.touro.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1036&context=quill_and_scope