John M. Tedeschi, M.D., a New Jersey pediatrician turned health care entrepreneur, admits he is “obsessed” with the ideals of the Affordable Care Act (the “ACA”): (1) increasing the quality of health care, (2) increasing patient access to and satisfaction with health care, and (3) decreasing the costs of health care. “Physicians love being physicians,” according to Dr. Tedeschi, but they are “miserable” because they dislike how much running the business-side of a medical practice results in less time spent with patients and making the ability to lead a balanced life more difficult. He has spent most of his professional life trying to mitigate these problems so that physicians would sustain their passion for being physicians.

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