From the Blogs: Changing Healthcare — Reflections from Across the Pond

May 23, 2017

From the Blogs: Changing Healthcare — Reflections from Across the Pond

The high cost of American care looks even higher to blogger Megan Tetlow from her current vantage point — as a visiting PA in England. Read her story in this week's In Practice blog post.

“It has always bothered me that in the U.S. health system, one diagnosis or hospitalization can equate to economic ruin for a patient,” says physician assistant and blogger Megan Tetlow in an In Practice blog post. Reflecting on recent trends in U.S. politics and society, Megan decides she needs to start advocating for a system that doesn't bankrupt patients and their families.

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