Some pilots expressed the opinion that it would be difficult to find a doctor who would sign the BasicMed physical. I found that not to be the case. Really easy. I found a clinic that specializes in corporate physicals, made an appointment, paid $55.00 and came out with the signed release. Few items on the checklist printed from the AOPA/FAA BasicMed site ask about past events. Instead the items focus on the pilot's current physical condition. The check box by each item is not "yes / no" or "pass / fail". Instead, it is did you the doctor examine this item. At the end, the doctor must certify that he found nothing that would restrict the individual from operating a vehicle or aircraft. I think that wording equates a vehicle such as a truck or bus to an aircraft which puts the physical into an area the doctor is more familar.