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Hit with a 6-figure surgical bill, patient challenges insurer, system

March 8, 2015 (San Diego, CA)— If Peter Drier knew then what he knows now, he might have resorted to becoming a medical tourist for relief of his herniated disc. What he discovered after his surgery in New York last year, was a fat, unreasonable bill from the assistant surgeon who performed part of his procedure. Because Drier was “morally outraged” about the $117,000 fee—especially after his insurer paid up, no questions asked—he felt compelled to find out why.

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Author of ‘The Conversation,’ other clinicians to address a better end of life

March 8, 2015 (San Diego, CA)—American end-of-life care is broken at every level, writes Angelo Volandes, MD, the author of the newly released, widely-acclaimed book, The Conversation: A Revolutionary Plan for End-of-Life Care. Doing everything medically possible for dying patients, as is often the case, might not be what they want and can lead to painful, undignified and futile measures to prolong living.

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