THE MISSPELLING OF EFFECTS IN HER THIRD LINE KIND OF SAYS A LOT!
For the last five (5) years, I’ve been an active patient. This means I see a plethora of doctors regularly in a variety of places/states/types of offices, I have a pharmacy in my bathroom for cancer treatments and all the side effucks, and I’m in infusions centers, phlebotomy labs and hospitals regularly. I also ask a LOT of questions about protocols and responsibility and who does what. These questions have led to meetings and advocacy for protocols that have actual consequences when violated. I’ve spent a lot of time at tables discussing my recommendations and addressing holes in the EMR and communication between groups/offices.
And I have come to a conclusion.
I’ve never been in an office or hospital or clinic or lab or anything associated with my medical care that is actually/truly patient centric. There are tons of people who care an awful lot about patients and work hard…
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