Since author Daniel A. Capen attended medical school in the 1970s and ’80s, a lot has changed in American health care training and the practice of medicine. With A Buyer’s Guide to a Medical Career: A Long Trip Down the Rabbit Hole, Capen aims to inform those interested in a career in medicine of these changes. By being better prepared, new practitioners can better prevent stress and job burnout.
Once independent, providers then became substantially regulated and now are pinned by large insurance companies and practices controlled by private equity. Capen has witnessed growing outside controls and costs and shrinking reimbursement. By preparing future medical students and doctors with bluntly stated information drawn from forty years of practice, Capen provides insider guidance before readers embark on a medical career.
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