As he assumed the presidency of the Michigan State Medical Society for the next year, Dr. David Krhovsky preached of the need to “put patients in the center” of the state’s health care system. An anesthesiologist and vice president of medical affairs at Spectrum Health in Grand Rapids, Dr. Krhovsky succeeded Dr. Rose Ramirez, a Belmont family physician, as the elected leader of the 15,000-member Medical Society. He spoke with MiBiz about the Medical Society’s top priorities for the year and the changes occurring today in medicine and health care.

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