Angel M. Garcia, M.D. gives readers an honest look from the inside into the health care system. Do No Harm: Saving our Health Care System reveals what is truly happening in the US health care system today. Dr. Garcia provides an engaging book that shows how fighting the establishment to defend patient’s rights can cause problems and hardships. The author provides insight and expert advice to patients, physicians, and lawmakers on changes that will enhance patient care, the patient-doctor relationship, and offer a drastic reduction in costs. Do No Harm outlines the problems that physicians and patients encounter, such as conflicts of interest, problems in reimbursements, primary care shortages, and the greed of health insurance companies. The book offers practical and realistic solutions. For more information on this book, log on to www.Xlibris.com.
Angel M. Garcia, M.D., is a practicing internal medicine physician with more than twenty-five years of clinical experience. He performed his premed studies at Lamar University. After obtaining a double major, he attended the Autonomous University of Guadalajara Medical School and graduated with a degree of physician and surgeon. Thereafter, he performed one year of rotating internship at Memorial Hermann Baptist Beaumont Hospital. The author then performed one year of emergency medicine at the Nogales Red Cross and subsequently completed two years of internal medicine at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. He is a published author in the Healthcare Informatics Magazine, and in the Journal of Insurance Medicine, regarding Electronic Medical Records. He has obtained several copyrights and a software patent for a hospital information system. Dr. Garcia continues to see patients daily in urgent care centers and in an occupational medicine clinic.