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December 13, 2011
Responding to the public's demand to seek redress for injuries, real or imagined, at the hands of physicians, the established forces of organized medicine have turned inward in an attempt to better police their members. Out of these good intentions came the QA departments, to be found now in every hospital, HMO, and clinic. Their mandate is to weigh accusations, often brought secretly; investigate, often done selectively; deliberate, often done behind closed doors; and sentence, often without chance of appeal.
November 05, 2010
An idiosyncratic romp through the history of organized medicine
October 28, 2010
In the final installment of this series of blog posts, "the Regulars" receive help from an unexpected taxonomic ally.
October 15, 2010
The second in a series on alternative medicine, this installment looks at the first organized attempt at natural medicine -- and its many spin-offs.
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