Do No Harm is much more than a guide to health-care reform. In today’s controversial health-care environment, most Americans have completely forgotten that it is physicians who drive health-care while the patient is at the center of the entire health-care process.
Written from a doctor’s standpoint, Do No Harm is a complete revelation of what is truly happening in US health-care today, all inclusive—the good, the bad, and the ugly. This book is engaging and full of real-life experiences of a practicing physician who has fought the establishment to defend patient’s rights. Do No Harm illustrates how standing up for the patient can cause physicians hardships in their professional careers but at the same time is a personally and spiritually rewarding experience.