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During my visit to the Urgent Care Center for an infected eye late last year, I was reminded that medicine is both art and science.
Have you ever stopped a doctor from ordering and performing medical tests and procedures that may be a repeat test, nice to know but not critical, or perhaps even unrelated to your issue or concern? If so, how did that go for you?
The healthcare system in the United States today bullies patients. Healthcare misfires on communication and fails to coordinate patient care.
Besides weather, two other major considerations for relocating – to be out west and in a college town. One significant factor we didn’t consider — healthcare.
Hospitalists, as defined by the Society of Hospital Medicine are: “Physicians whose primary professional focus is the general medical care of hospitalized patients.”
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