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Ignorance Kills

Ignorance Kills Good Friday came upon us in a hurry this year. So much was happening in the office during the week prior that several things were left undone related to patient follow-up and care. No matter, I was able to go to the office during our time off and call in several prescriptions left unfilled. But another, more severe incidence happened to my brother in Wichita, Kansas. It underscores the necessity for healthcare reform and I do not mean we need to make healthcare more accessible... Read More
Posted by Amanda Sanders at Tuesday, March 29, 2016
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Docism #5

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at Sunday, March 27, 2016
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Road Not Taken

The Road Not Taken Over the years, I have observed that there is a theorem practiced in most every profession: the Law of Convenience. It is a phenomenon that occurs when authority figures are presented with complex multifaceted situations and expected to remedy them. When their worldviews become overwhelmed with details that create a unique challenge, the authority figures decide that the situation is beyond their comprehension. The easiest way out is to ignore the complexities and just make a... Read More
Posted by Amanda Sanders at Tuesday, March 22, 2016
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