The United States spends more money than any country across this globe on healthcare and we do not get the same health outcomes. We do not have a healthcare system that it works the same for everybody.
<br /> About the Expert: Juliette Perzhinsky, MD, MSc, FACP Associate Program Director, Internal Medicine, Associate Program Director Michigan University …
There’s so much room for the disparity, and it’s a tremendous ask of doctors and nurses in there wanting counter to try to overcome that huge societal weight of disparities.
Medicine isn’t just about treating our bodies, by treating our bodies it lets us be full social, moral actors. Appreciating how complex and difficult that is I think could heighten the respective importance of medicine and medical care in some ways.