Eve E. Slater, MD

Eve E. Slater, MD is a practicing physician in New York City and served as U.S. Assistant Secretary for Health from 2001-2003.

The Enemy of My Enemy: Medicaid

 

As a physician, I treat Medicaid patients in New York City. Perhaps to your surprise, I can say with assurance that my patients receive good care. Those looking for a bottom-line may read no further. For those interested in the details, I will add that their good care is not without extraordinary efforts on both […]

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The Colonialization of American Medicine

 

Historian Paul Johnson once wrote that the leaders of the British Colonial Empire “used the state…to enlarge the area in which their inefficiency would matter less.” Such was the product of Obamacare and its ultimate goal — colonialization (aka expansion) of a flawed system. The law failed to control cost, and, while attempting to increase […]

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