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Ryan Gamlin
Ryan Gamlin (Twitter: @ryangamlin) is a former health care management consultant and current medical student at the University of Cincinnati.
The truth about why the U.S. can’t control healthcare costs
The truth about why the U.S. can’t control healthcare costs
Until we create a system that rewards investment in wellness and healthcare dollars not spent, there is reason to fear that the negative effects of healthcare excesses will continue to be borne by households, businesses, and governments.
Administrative costs are killing U.S. healthcare
Administrative costs are killing U.S. healthcare
The United States faces an unenviable paradox: the healthcare sector is an important source of job growth and economic output, but healthcare costs—now comprising nearly one fifth of economic output—are dramatically higher than those in other developed nations, and continue to rise.
Reexamining the 80-hour medical resident workweek
Reexamining the 80-hour medical resident workweek
With the recent publication of the results of the FIRST (Flexibility in Duty Hour Requirements for Surgical Trainees) trial, residency duty hours are again in the news.
Young doctors are jumping ship to non-clinical roles
Young doctors are jumping ship to non-clinical roles
In his debut blog, Ryan Gamlin writes why he thinks the increasing proportion of doctors in medical school today do not intend to treat patients as their primary career—or at all.