To check out the full list of this year’s more than 900 Best Doctors, pick up a print version of the March 2010 Cleveland Magazine.
Monday, March 01, 2010 5:32:48 PM by real health-care reformists
This list of the "best doctors" is about as credible as getting voted on to a high school prom court. It would be more of a benefit for the individuals of Cleveland to be exposed to a legitimized directory of doctors, whose names would appear due to excellent patient outcomes, versus these fables with simply 'Dr.' ahead of their name- who just won a popularity contest.
Tuesday, March 09, 2010 10:25:57 AM by Anonymous
dr. onders is no fable. i cannot vouch for the rest but he and dr nearman are top docs.
Sunday, March 14, 2010 7:27:59 PM by Anonymous
some of the physicians are not even IN Practice in their speciality. I guess if you dont count if you are not part of cleveland clinic or university systems. You have to have better ways to rate doctors as this current list is seriously flawed
Monday, March 15, 2010 10:20:35 AM by Anonymous
The comment from "real health-care reformists" represents puerile thinking. The childish fantasy that there is some way to quantify "excellent patient outcomes" and generate a "legitimized directory of doctors" should be outgrown just about the time one takes off the training wheels.
The 'Best Docs' registry is a popularity contest, reflecting to whom a nonscientific ion of physicians would refer family for a serious medical problem. Can you think of a better way to capture quality?
Monday, March 15, 2010 3:33:33 PM by Anonymous
How can a "best doc" list include a doctor who has had his license suspended?
Tuesday, April 27, 2010 8:17:32 AM by Anonymous
Thank you for putting this content and the balance group of comments below. Your magazine's candid offering shows integrity. I plan to subscribe.
Monday, February 21, 2011 8:44:12 AM by Anonymous
Dear Real Health Care Reformist:
Did you lose the popularity contest in high school? Is that why you are so bitter toward a little recognition?