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My Experience with a Healthcare Survey; or, From Nagging Doubts to Growing Skepticism

I go to my healthcare provider twice a year, once for a general checkup and six months afterward for blood pressure monitoring.  For various reasons, I often postpone these visits but I am pretty diligent. My last appointment was the … Continue reading

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Aiming for Optimal Vs Positive Patient Experience-If We Can Get Real, We Can Get Better!

Granted there are some truly joyful times for patients and families that involve hospital or other healthcare experiences.  Mr. Smith, your brain tumor is benign.  We should have no trouble removing it and you’ll be 100% fully recovered in a … Continue reading

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