Forney Fleming, December 9, 2013
The winds of change for our healthcare system are blowing at a gale force.
The issues of excessive cost, mediocre quality, and limited access must be
addressed, although it is not economically possible to address all three at the
same time. Forces for change are coming from multiple areas, including payers,
providers, patients and the government. Included in the forces of change are the
young physicians who are members of the generational groups known as Generation
X and Generation Y. In addition to the changing gender make-up of physicians
(one-half of current medical school students are female) the future leaders of
the medical profession represent a generation gap from their Baby Boomer
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