I started out as a journalist, and in that way, my job is to write stories that are true, and that tell a story.
In a way, I am a doctor, because I’m one, too.
But I also write about healthcare, which is where I got my first taste of journalism.
In the past few years, as I’ve become more involved with healthcare, I’ve noticed that the way healthcare has been reported on in the news has changed.
There are more stories about how people die than about how they get better.
And the stories that have been told are often more personal, more personal stories.
In addition to stories about medical errors, the coverage of healthcare has tended to focus on personal problems.
And so I have come to realize that the story that is told about healthcare is also a story about the people in it, about the communities in it.
So what I wanted to do with this piece is try to make that story true, by telling the stories of the people who are involved in healthcare, and about the problems that are happening in it in ways that are honest and real.
I wanted this piece to tell the story of healthcare and its problems.
I want to talk about the things that I see on a daily basis.
And what I’ve been writing about, as a physician, has been about how healthcare is being misused, and I wanted people to know that.
The first article I ever wrote about healthcare was a piece I wrote about my experience with a heart transplant in 2015.
The story was about how my wife, who had a heart condition that had left her with a severe heart rhythm disorder, could not be resuscitated on her own, and was transferred to an institution where she died shortly after her transfer.
The article was a way of making sure that I was not the only one being lied to, and making sure to make the point that hospitals, particularly those with the largest debt loads, are the ones that are under the most scrutiny.
I’m not going to talk to you about what happened there.
But in a way that has stuck with me, I also wanted to make sure that we all knew that there are still people who need medical care and that we should not just trust the institutions we have been given and the doctors who are being trained.
What I’ve also been writing, over the years, has focused on how healthcare has become a corporate, commercial enterprise.
That’s not something that I thought was possible when I was a child.
But it has been happening over the past several decades, as hospitals have been bought up, and as healthcare has expanded.
We have seen hospitals get larger, and hospitals get richer, and people who were once working as nurses have become doctors and engineers and accountants and engineers.
I also want to make it clear that healthcare is not just for the rich.
Healthcare has become so commercialized that people don’t want to have to be at home caring for their family or their pets.
People don’t know what they are doing when they go to the doctor.
And healthcare has also become so complicated that people have no idea what is happening inside it.
The healthcare industry has gotten so big that there’s a lot of confusion and misinformation in the marketplace about what’s happening.
There’s no easy answer for what healthcare should look like.
So, in the end, I wanted the article to tell people what I saw when I walked into a hospital.
I hope that people read it and see that, as we all, we are all part of this huge enterprise, and all of the decisions that go into it, and the stories we tell about it, are part of the story.
I think that it’s important for people to understand that healthcare isn’t something that’s for the privileged.
Healthcare is a business that is being run for profit, and it is also an important part of society.
I want people to recognize that and to know what it means to be part of that enterprise.
Read more articles from the series on healthcare: The Future of Healthcare in America,The Future of Medical Research in America: How to do your own research, The Future Of the NHS: What you need to know, The Healthcare Industry in America as of 2018: What the future of healthcare looks like, The Medical Revolution in America 2018: The future of medicine, The New Medicine Revolution in the US, The World in 2020: The next decade in healthcare