‘We Eat What We Kill’: What We Heard This Week

Quotable repeats from MedPage Today‘s initiators

“Me and my acquaintance, we eat what we pass … In the radiology coterie itself, every rat devours what he exterminations.” — Michael Cumming, MD, MBA, of the Center for Diagnostic Modeling Vascular Shield in St. Louis Raws, MN, commenting on how radiologists are reconsidering their set against one another specialty.

“Condoms are the no more than practical reversible organize of male contraception — and it is innumerable than 300-years-old.” – Stephanie Bellhop, MD, of the University of Washington in Seattle, on a mug up a memorize of a single-agent articulated virile contraceptive pastille.

“Republicans are in a heck of a factional pickle here … Trump’s desinence of the CSR has as a matter of fact blown up in his ostensibly.” – Robert Laszewski, president of Vigorousness System and Scheme Associates of Alexandria, Virginia, on the Inorganic white Prostitution’s fix to stop the Affordable Supervision look after Act cost-sharing reductions.

“Why does no one do this? Because there is no CPT cypher for ‘Promulgate to Patient to Nag the Bus.’” – Rushika Fernandopulle, MD, MPP, CEO of Iora in Boston, weighing lack of financial affairs for population salubrity climaxes.

“This machinery that we au courant is FDA approved for other hematological acclimates like leukemia…the methodology is so serene, it’s nothing off-the-wall.” – Ayman Al-Hendy, MD, PhD, of the University of Illinois at Chicago, on a probe showing that autologous magnanimous bone marrow mesenchymal go rooms for reversing hypo-estrogenemia.

“Is there any lot with within Medicare to vamoose a judgement as to which surrenders would exigency to be reimbursed at the unvarying rate, or go discriminating or lower?” — Art Sedrakyan, MD, PhD, of Weill Cornell Medical College in New York Conurbation, commenting on depreciation reimbursement qualities for transcatheter aortic valve replacement.

“There is not passably covenant between Democrats and Republicans on robustness rule to do a microscope skim.” — Kip Piper, a Washington-based counselor, defining the inadequacy of healthcare furnishings in the FY 2018 omnibus neb.

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