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Decades of Experience

Dr. Reece serves as a consultant to the Physicians Foundation, a nonprofit charitable organization representing more than 700,000 physicians in state medical associations. He graduated from Duke University Medical School and completed his pathology residency at Hartford Hospital in Hartford, Connecticut. He spent much of his practice career in Minneapolis, where he was editor-in-chief of Minnesota Medicine from 1975 to 1990. He has contributed more than 2,000 articles, editorials, book reviews, and commentaries to various national publications and websites. His three most recent books are Voices of Health Reform (2005), Innovation-Driven Health Care (2007), and Obama, Doctors, and Health Reform (2009). Pfizer purchased 5,000 copies of "Innovation ..." for distribution at various medical meetings. He blogs at Medinnovation and now has nearly 1,400 entries. The subtitle of the blog is "Where health reform, medical innovation, and physician practices meet." He served as Editor-in-Chief of Physician Practice Options from 1996 to the present, and now frequently contributes to Modern Medicine. During his writing and editorial career, he has conducted more than 300 interviews with national thought leaders – his latest 15 interviews are now running in Modern Medicine. Dr. Reece’s greatest assets are his wide and easy access to national medical leaders, his ability to connect these leaders for their mutual best interests, and his deep insight into the workings of the physician culture and modern medicine.

Doctor Reece is available for a variety of consulting projects to the medical, corporate, edicational and political communities.

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