What should be the role of the government when it comes to Healthcare? Alejandro Badia, M.D. discusses the chapter 7 of the book #HealthcareFromTheTrenches named “Government Interference and The Politics of Medicine.” There is a huge cost of not providing appropriate and timely hand care, but also a major benefit when that investment is made… Continue Reading
Do physicians need a level playing field in healthcare markets as other industries seem to enjoy? Alejandro Badia, M.D. discusses the chapter 6 of the book #HealthcareFromTheTrenches named “There’s No End: The Ongoing Education of a Doctor.” This chapter is eye opening, especially for fellow physicians. It delves in #medicaleducation, the outgoing education in a… Continue Reading
How to streamline healthcare? How can healthcare be better delivered? Alejandro Badia, M.D. discusses the chapter 5 of the book #HealthcareFromTheTrenches named “Forging A New Path.” Dr. Alejandro Badia also mentions two books he uses at his practice Badia Hand to Shoulder Center, the “The Endangered Customer” by Richard R. Shapiro that teaches how to… Continue Reading
Chapter 4 of the book Healthcare From The Trenches Alejandro Badia, M.D. from Badia Hand to Shoulder Center discusses the chapter 4 of the book #HealthcareFromTheTrenches named “Cats, Colleagues and Collaboration.” Sitting at The Surgical Center at Doral, he explains that is difficult to get cats to follow one leader and work together. That’s very… Continue Reading
Real solutions from a Doctor with experience.
Entering Medical Practice: The Inside Story In chapter 3, Alejandro Badia, M.D. explains what it takes to enter the medical practice, including all the training that physicians have to go through. He also shares some patient stories in his years working as a Miami Hand Surgeon at Badia Hand to Shoulder Center.
Listen to what Dr. Badia has to say about this Do you agree that it’s ok to pay something for Healthcare? Is it important to have some skin on the game? Dr. Badia thinks about this as having some responsibility. Your thoughts?.
One of the core principles when we developed OrthoNOW is to educate the patient and the referral sources. To learn about OrthoNOW, visit https://www.orthonowcare.com.
5 years of training (including internship, residency, and fellowship) Chapter 2 “The Residency: Doctor Bootcamp” where Alejandro Badia, M.D. compares the physician training with that of the marines. The chapter includes a series of anecdotes for the reader to understand what it takes for physicians to train and to get to the “trenches.”