I have nothing against the web site and it may be a good idea, who knows. But the rest of your opinion troubled me. Medicine in US has converted into strictly business, about demand of insurance and patients companies, and the doctors to satisfy it. It really is sad, because it is not business, at least it should not be mainly business.
It is compassionate service that doctors try to give to help their fellow human, using their best and evolving skills and knowledge. Now, I am not saying there are no business-minded physicians out there, but not most of us, and certainly not me. Sixty to eighty percent of US physicians have observed burn-out sometime in their career and also have considered leaving the clinical field one or more times in their life. Imagine if that should happen. And what places that are in short supply of doctor do? They try to lure doctors (mainly newly graduate) with more money and benefits.
Now, very few people shall say no to that, but to meet the expected efficiency for the power and salary, the physicians must see from 26 to 35 patient in a stretch out of 8 hour daily. Hence, you only got 10-15 minute each. It may appear and look prefers a prestige and filled-with-money occupation, but if the opportunity is experienced by me to do it all over again, I would not probably.
Sadly it isn’t that easy to discover a non-clinical job out there. I understand this is nothing compare to the pain, despair and stress which you have because of your sickness. We know that. That’s also why we continue steadily to do it, because, some of us still have conscience. I am grateful for that, day I would be considered a patient too cause one.
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Just as our leader was on the national range. If the people of this state want this law to change they will vote in new management within the next election. As regulations stands even after this was put through. Says that we don’t need to show ID unless we’ve committed a crime or there is reason to trust a person has. I really do not see this changing. Because if the tide will change, and people do strat to get pulled over, ended on the street and searched for no reason. People in support of open carry laws in Arizona will be the next victims of the type of abuse.
I do not see this happening the way it has been colored in the press. SOBF — So what you are saying is that people present in the united states (whether legal or not) should be PRESUMED to be legitimately present, and enjoy all legal security thereof? I don’t recall such a right having ever existed.