Catholic healthcare comes to my hospital: A “win-win-win-win” for Holy Redeemer Health System

“There was not a word said,” Dr. Rosenfeld explains of the new partnership. “Everyone on the board had to sign a confidentiality agreement until the decision was released. And among the other people who had no idea was the chairman of the [Abington] OB-GYN department. He had no idea that this was coming until it came. He was blindsided by a cannon, basically. Nobody knew.”

Why do we eliminate cancer cells, but not depression symptoms? Talking with 'The Depths' author Jonathan Rottenberg (part III)

"Certainly in other branches of medicine…they’re very interested in those residual cancer cells, you know, we can’t have those; but with depression, basically the standard [in recovery] is when they say someone has responded with greater than 50 percent symptom reduction. If you were spectacularly depressed, you’re still pretty depressed… That [outcome is] not good enough."

Is psychiatry intellectual fraud? Talking about depression with 'The Depths' author Jonathan Rottenberg (part II)

"We’re better consumers of things like toasters and what airline to fly on than something as important as mental health. There’s amazingly poor data for the consumer. It’s a huge issue ... With psychiatry or other areas of mental health, there’s very little reputational information you can get, and people can do things that are borderline unethical, and it’s very difficult to sue."