Transforming medicine, one individual at a time


Devin Bost

Jan. 19,  2014

I have included a message that I sent to the attorney general regarding the Oregon Medical Board. One of the things I’ve learned about business from my class at BYU-I is that change starts with us. We must take the initiative to start change. Nobody else can we expect to implement change for us. We must start today. And so, I have begun initiating the process of establishing reform for the Oregon Medical Board. My feeling is that physician advocacy needs to transform the practice of medicine entirely.  The first way for us to change the medical board is to bring to light the anti-trust problems and the corruptions that are tearing the practice of medicine apart. There is a reason that I left the study of medicine to become a software engineer: The practice of medicine is collapsing, and until we hold the appropriate…

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