Kerri Sparling August 20, 2018 Why We Revolt, take action clinicians Careful and Kind Care in Nonprofit Quarterly Kerri Sparling August 20, 2018 Why We Revolt, take action clinicians The Patient Revolution co-founder, Victor Montori, was featured in a recent article in Nonprofit Quarterly, talking about greed, corruption, and the change necessary to realign healthcare: Establishing trust is the heart of good medicine. But few patients and doctors experience this “caring relationship” anymore. Montori, in his book, Why We Revolt, proffers a solution: a patient revolution demanding what he calls, “careful and kind care,” delivered by a system grounded in integrity not greed. This is not a consumer movement that seeks change within existing structures. Montori is calling for a social movement, where patients—who are also citizens—rise up to say they have had enough. — Karen Kahn, "When Money Drives Nonprofit Health, Clinician Burnout Follows and Patient Care Falls"