Dr. Kipp Van Camp: Misdiagnosis, A Practicing Physician’s Case Study in Health Care Reform

It has been hypothesized that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) will either be determined unconstitutional or repealed altogether. The greater problem is that the PPACA currently is the law of the land, so the bill is already being implemented, slowly and methodically, one step at a time, at the local, state, and federal levels. While the nation exhales a large sigh of relief that this monstrous legislation may one day be determined unconstitutional and may one day be repealed, government workers have been going about their daily business of implementing many of the changes called for in the PPACA. Herein is the greatest challenge: How will we ever get rid of the ill effects of this ineffective legislation? Is it too late to kill the bill? Is the fallout from the bill already spread throughout the health care landscape? Misdiagnosis: A Practicing Physician's Case Study in Health Care Reform takes a close and critical look at these questions.

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