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Sunday, December 18, 2016

This physician gives Trump some health care advice (some similar issues U.S./Canada)



Opinion

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Here are just a few of the other problems that have occurred:
1. The number of health care administrators has exploded compared to the number of providers. This bled money away from actual patient care.
2. Electronic medical records being pushed out prematurely to monitor physicians behavior, causing more problems than it has solved.
3. Increased government interference in the patient-physician relationship where it does belong leading to making problems worse. The opioid crisis is a good example.
4. Physicians avoiding complex, difficult, high-risk or uncooperative patients in an attempt to get better quality scores
5. Physicians becoming more super-specialized as they will only do what they are comfortable doing.
6. Increased physician retirement, burnout, and suicide as they try to deal with an ever changing, sometimes conflicting, set of rules and regulations.

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