Psychiatrist Michael Privitera explains why New York is beautiful and diverse, in spite of regulatory hurdles for physicians.
From Manhattan to Buffalo, the cities and topography of New York State are among the most stunning and varied.
Rochester-based psychiatrist Michael Privitera, who was born and raised in the Empire State, is pretty content practicing medicine in the idyllic Finger Lakes region, but sometimes he feels weighed down by cumbersome state regulations.
While Privitera boasts that "the resources are great, some of the [healthcare] programs that are here, and living here is fabulous," he laments that "some of the state politics has forced more on our shoulders at a time when we’re over-stressed to begin with. There’s no central agency that’s aware of all these mandates that will say 'hey, that's enough…'"
In this podcast, Privitera recently shared with Physicians Practice what he likes - and what he'd change - about practicing medicine in New York.
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