Medical schools have too often taught – actively, or passively by example – acquiescence to the increasing trends toward medicine as a business rather than teaching resistance to those trends in a manner consistent with medicine as a profession. We discuss this issue further in the January 2002 issue of the journal Academic Medicine.
The full article can be found here:
The Destruction of Medicine by Market Forces: Teaching Acquiescence or Resistance and Change? National Policy Perspectives
Academic Medicine. 77(1):5-7, January 2002.
Wolfe, Sidney M. MD