We want to show how changes in health care impact businesses, families, consumers and medical providers. - an In View series producer
Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) October 14, 2013
With millions more Americans obtaining health care as a result of health care reform, Americans will see many changes, some good, some bad, in the coming years. Some have predicted that the increased demand for medical services will result in shortages of doctors and longer wait times for medical treatment as more people seek treatment. Physician assistants could help to fill the doctor shortage and provide patients with high-quality health care that will reduce the occurrence of life-threatening and terminal medical conditions and diseases. Producers of the In View series (855-446-8439) like associate producer Courtney Lovejoy, associate producer Seth Goldberg, associate producer Rachel Van Drake and associate producer David Kent announced today they have planned a series, tentatively scheduled for late winter or early spring, on the effects of the healthcare law, both positive and negative.
The In View series hosted by Larry King (561-279-3550), a cable TV program distributed on the Discovery Channel, other cable outlets and online, will explore the law’s impacts on different industries, companies and institutions. The law includes new taxes on medical equipment, which could hurt medical equipment manufacturers and drive up the cost of medical devices. On the other hand, the increased demand for physicians and physician assistants could help medical schools from coast to coast and lead to the creation of more medical schools. Producers of In View hosted by Larry King like associate producer Diane Shandler, senior associate producer Joel Walters, associate producer Hema Krishan, associate producer Andrew Wohl and associate producer Karla Sullivan will speak with leaders across the health care industry across the country to find out how the law affects hospitals, physicians’ practices, specialists and families. The In View show’s production team will present stories such as these on the In View TV series, reaching television viewers across the country and internet users around the world.