Christine Doyle

Anesthesia Procedures Led by Physicians Provide Highest Patient Protection

Christine Doyle, MD, FASA

The problem with suggesting that complex issues can be addressed through “absolute” solutions is that, unless used in algebra, absolutes rarely further their intended goal.

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Keep insulting doctors, and good luck finding a physician in 10 years

Karen S. Sibert, MD, FASA

If physicians are “muggers” and co-conspirators in “taking money away from the rest of us,” then journalists and economists are pontificating parasites who produce no goods or services of any...

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New California Medical Association Survey Demonstrates Serious Consequences of California “Surprise Billing” Law

Antonio Hernandez Conte, MD, MBA, FASA and Sunny Jha, MD, MS

The California Medical Association (CMA) released alarming results this week...

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Giving Power to Practice Management: A Leadership Initiative…and a New Website

Christopher G. Tirce, MD, FASA

How do we help California anesthesiologists in a meaningful way that ensures we not only survive but thrive on an individual, practice, and statewide level? Unfortunately, we may have ignored our greatest...

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