Anish Koka
Anish Koka is a cardiologist in private practice in Philadelphia trying not to read the writing on the wall. Follow him on twitter @anish_koka.
Top 6 things physicians need to know about MACRA, Obamacare repeal
It was a confusing week for physicians to figure out proposed MACRA rules and dissect the Republican plan to dismantle Obamacare. Let me help make sense of them both.
Cost, not access, is underlying problem facing American healthcare
The current conversation fails because it does not address the fundamental barrier to healthcare access - which is not insurance coverage, but rather the cost of healthcare coverage.
Physicians Should Just Say ‘No’ to MACRA
Physicians Should Just Say ‘No’ to MACRA
I can't recall the exact moment I crossed over from believer in today's version of the healthcare quality movement to skeptic.
Here's why a Trump presidency is good for physicians and patients
Here's why a Trump presidency is good for physicians and patients
The election of Donald Trump may mean an era of empowering physicians and is reason for optimism.
I’m a Democrat physician and I’m voting for Trump
I’m a Democrat physician and I’m voting for Trump
As a long-standing member of the Democratic Party, I have a confession to make. I am voting for Donald Trump. The journey from a man like Obama to a man like Trump was surprisingly short, forged as I started a small independent practice three years ago in the crucible that is healthcare.
Obamacare is severely holding DPC back from succeeding
Obamacare is severely holding DPC back from succeeding
A successful DPC model makes the current version of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) even more unworkable than it already is.

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