Let My Doctor Practice Hosts Summit at the Summit July 20-26, 2015

A National Grand Rounds on the State of American Medicine

Jun 12, 2015, 17:00 ET from Let My Doctor Practice

WASHINGTON, June 12, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Let My Doctor Practice is a growing movement to promote responsible change in the health care system by restoring physicians' autonomy and protecting the doctor-patient relationship. Let My Doctor Practice will host a national conference, Summit at the Summit, in Keystone, Colo., July 20–26, 2015. The conference and simultaneous webcast will begin to achieve the movement's mission: returning the practice of medicine to those who actually practice medicine.

Let My Doctor Practice believes in the sanctity of the doctor-patient relationship, the autonomy to practice medicine without restraint imposed by overreaching government and corporate entities, and, above all, that patient care and safety should never be compromised.


  • 84% of physicians agree the medical profession is in decline
  • 82% of physicians believe doctors have little ability to change the health care system
  • 57% of physicians would not recommend medicine as a career to their children or other young people
  • Over 1/3 of physicians would not choose medicine if they had their careers to do over
  • Over 3/4 of physicians are pessimistic about the future of the medical profession

*Facts via The Physicians Foundation survey 2012


  • Mandated electronic health/medical records (EHR or EMR) – the detrimental effect of government mandates on the development of optimal EHRs and how this has altered the doctor-patient relationship
  • Independent practices: alternative practice models allow for more focus on patients
  • Transparency in health care pricing and billing
  • Unproven and burdensome MOC requirements that detract from patient care
  • The Meaningful Use of EHR mandates that have reduced the time available to spend on patients, and the mandates' impact on safety


The Summit at the Summit Conference will be held July 20–26, 2015, at the Keystone Resort in Keystone, Colorado. Attendees may participate in-person or via webcast to learn from colleagues, collectively voice concerns, exchange ideas, and collaborate on solutions for removing obstacles to quality patient care and restoring the profession. The conference will conclude with a town-hall meeting (broadcast live for webcast attendees), where participants will vote on and adopt resolutions and actionable proposals. www.letmydoctorpractice.org/conference

SOURCE Let My Doctor Practice