Georgia neurologist Dr. M. Todd Williamson rose through the ranks of his local physician organizations, before serving as president of his state’s medical association during 2009, as national healthcare reform was being debated in Washington, DC. He discusses the role of organized medicine in shaping government's influence over the business of medicine and the nature of the doctor-patient relationship, and his views on giving patients control of medical expenditures as a solution to the challenges faced by the healthcare industry.
Hosted by Gary Epstein. This week's guest was nominated by the
Medical Association of Georgia — whose mission is to enhance patient care and the health of the public by advancing the art and science of medicine and representing physicians and patients in policy-making processes