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Should you trust online medical reviews?

By Dr. Brian Dixon

|Apr 26, 2019

I came into work Monday morning to a message from one of our patients asking if they could write a Google review for us because there are "very VERY bad reviews out there for you"…

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By Dr. Brian Dixon

|Apr 22, 2019
Should U.S. Physicians be Forced to Continuously Renew Board Certifications?

Board certifications used to last a lifetime. But medical boards argue it’s better for patients to require doctors to renew certifications every decade....

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By Dr. Brian Dixon

|Mar 13, 2019
Investing in Good Media: Rebuilding The North Star Newspaper

The North Star was one of the most influential anti-slavery newspapers in the era leading up to the Civil War. The motto of the newspaper was, “Right is of no sex—Truth is of no color—God is the Fathe...

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By Dr. Brian Dixon

|Mar 08, 2019
Withdrawing My Campaign but Continuing to Fight

In politics, we're often told that "if you're not at the table, you're on the menu." Mental health is one of the most important social issues we face. It is also an issue that seldom gets proper repre...

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By Dr. Brian Dixon

|Jan 29, 2019
What To Do About Modern Loneliness: Advice from a Black Psychiatrist

As more and more articles about the connection between loneliness and social media appear, I cringe. Social media’s deceptive truth is that “we’re now more connected than ever.” But this technology ...

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By Dr. Brian Dixon

|Jan 18, 2019
Make U.S. Healthcare Affordable Again: Reward Personal Responsibility

When we use the word “healthcare” many of us probably envision insurance premiums, network-approved doctor’s offices, or taking medicine—an occasional step to restore some element of our health. Inste...

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By Dr. Brian Dixon

|Jan 02, 2019
Buy Healthcare, Not Health Insurance

Americans have a lot of confusion and fear regarding our healthcare system. We’re sold a lot of mixed messages. According to the Pew Research Center, 60% of Americans now say that healthcare coverage ...

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By Dr. Brian Dixon

|Nov 28, 2018
Need Funding for Climate Change Solutions? Tap into Our $3.2 Trillion Piggy Bank

Man-made climate change is real and proven. And it’s going to affect our economy whether we like it or not. A recent congressionally-mandated report warns that the U.S. economy may shrink by 10% by 21...

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By Dr. Brian Dixon

|Oct 30, 2018
Together Forward Proposes Mindful @ Glenwood Park

As founder of Fort Worth think tank Together Forward, I am proposing a plan for Mindful @ Glenwood Park (MAGP), the first business park in the country for behavioral health & wellness in the Historic ...

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By Dr. Brian Dixon

|Oct 16, 2018
Why My Psychiatry Practice Doesn't Accept Health Insurance

Physician burnout is frighteningly common. There are more reasons for this burnout than I could begin to capture in this article. Suffice it to say, there’s a lot of overworking and unnecessary bureau...

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By Dr. Brian Dixon

|Sep 25, 2018
Why Is U.S. Medicine More Expensive than Other Countries?

It’s really easy to be cynical about American healthcare. After years of partisan debates and millions of marketing dollars spent by pharmaceutical companies, it’s hard to see through the smokescreen....

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By Dr. Brian Dixon

|Sep 12, 2018
Why is U.S. Healthcare So 
Damn Expensive?

Recently, I read an unsettling article entitled “Born in the USA” by Dr. Simon Haeder. In it, Dr. Haeder chronicles how costly and confusing it was for his family to have a baby in the U.S. healthcare...

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