Ben Carson, MD: For Primary-care Physicians, Power in Numbers

October 17, 2012

Enough is enough regarding the various pressures bearing down on primary-care physicians, says neurosurgeon Ben Carson of the Johns Hopkins Children's Center.

"Enough is enough" when it comes to the various pressures bearing down on primary-care physicians, says neurosurgeon Ben Carson, director of the division of pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Children's Center.  In the shadow of healthcare reform, physicians need to remember the power they yield and the trust of their patients to motivate change in and out of their medical practice.

Carson is a keynote speaker at this year's MGMA12 Conference in San Antonio. He is scheduled to headline a session entitled "Big Ideas Mean Taking Big Risks" on Wednesday, Oct. 24.