Paradox

Dr. med. Ewald Proll :: Arzt für Psychiatrie / Psychotherapie

Zitat:

"'tis an ill wind that blows noone good."
Freewheelin' Franklin
"Primary care is dying in this country, largely because the the government which sets both the amount that doctors are reimbursed for their time as well as pattern by which private insurance reimburses, has decided that cognitive skills are less valuable than throwing a lot of procedures at the patient."
Panda Bear, MD (31.12.2007)
"A few years ago I realized that my bonus, based on my "quality" management of diabetes, was compromised by the poor quality of my patients. I then dismissed many of the alcoholics and non-compliant (more correctly, I maneuvered them to dismiss me -- much less hassle); and my bonus scores have greatly improved. I thought I was clever, but I've come to believe that this is exactly what the the network, the insurance companies, and the gov't, wants me to do."
Manalive 12.4.2009
"There is so much health system managing that there is little time for health care."
Dr. Leah McCormack 2.7.2010
"One might as well claim that the tide which rubs pebbles smooth on a beach is doing the pebbles a service because being round is prettier than being jagged. It's of no concern to a pebble what shape it is. But it's very important to a person."
John Brunner 1975

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