Personal health care requires some basic self-examination and readily available medical resources. ‘Medical Dollar$ and Life-Saving Sense’ presents this important information in a simple self-help guide.
Chicago (PRWEB) February 26, 2014
With physicians spending only one third of the required time with patients, Dr. Howard Kurland advises patients to use at-home preventative care techniques to bypass expensive co-pays and untimely doctors.
Illustrating how medical issues can affect both the personal and community level, Kurland’s new book “Medical Dollar$ and Medical Sense” helps readers pick the best health care choice for any medical situation. Using Kurland’s personal medical cases, he exemplifies how and when to receive quality medical care, and save money through at-home preventative care.
“Personal medical decisions not only impact oneself, but also families and communities,” Kurland said. “Personal health care requires some basic self-examination and readily available medical resources. ‘Medical Dollar$ and Life-Saving Sense’ presents this important information in a simple self-help guide.”
A distinguished Life Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association, Dr. Kurland was also selected as a top doctor in the Global Directory of Who’s Who. Sharing his 50 years of expertise with facts and research, Kurland pushes aside the politics to guide readers towards realistic perspectives, so they can obtain their desired outcome.
“This book was written for the non-physician,” Kurland said. “The essential health care information can provide anyone, anywhere adequate health care.”
The wisdom in “Medical Dollar$ and Life-Saving Sense” is a distillation of 50 years of peer-reviewed holistic medical care that shares doctor-approved medical advice.
About the author
Howard D. Kurland, MD, is a Distinguished Life Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association, Life Fellow of the Pan American Medical Association, and Fellow of the Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine. He served as LCDR, US Navy Medical Corps, and as chief of service, Department of Psychiatry and Neurology, Veterans Administration Research Hospital, Chicago. He also served as associate professor of neurology and associate professor of psychiatry at Northwestern University Medical School. He was a founding member of the board of directors of the Institute for Advancement of Prosthetics, and a director of the Barr Foundation. Dr. Kurland has received perennial recognition as one of America’s Top Psychiatrists by the Consumers Research Council of America. Dr. Kurland was selected as a charter member of Peer-Reviewed Physicians.
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