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Health wonk review , in our place that i don’t like to name it, the cause of so much problem is, when people are in the emergency room, instead of medical attention right away , they keep on asking about what happened or some foolish interview. i hope that the government should do something about this kind of problem.

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Physician Answering Services is to manage patient appointment scheduling.common problem that doctors generally face is when a patient fails to turn up for an appointment.

Randy
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To return to standard way of delivering medical care that I was taught in medical school, we should eliminate the licensing of physicians by state run medical societies. All physicians should be licensed by a central national agency. In order to keep their licenses physicians would be required to see patients who call their offices promptly, and in a place that is appropriate, depending on the urgency of the situation.

A. H. Felman, M.D.
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A. H. Felman, M.D.

How to better fund the health care and see that everyone is covered by some insurance. The arguments will rage over the best way to pay for the costs, but no matter what is finally agreed upon, it will not improve our care or lower the costs until the real problem is addressed. The real problem lies not with the way health care is funded, though all would agree there is room for improvement. Rather, it is the way healthcare is delivered on a day to day basis on the front lines. Drastic changes are needed in the way patients… Read more »

A. H. Felman, M.D.
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A. H. Felman, M.D.

How to better fund the health care and see that everyone is covered by some insurance. The arguments will rage over the best way to pay for the costs, but no matter what is finally agreed upon, it will not improve our care or lower the costs until the real problem is addressed. The real problem lies not with the way health care is funded, though all would agree there is room for improvement. Rather, it is the way healthcare is delivered on a day to day basis on the front lines. Drastic changes are needed in the way patients… Read more »