his NY Times article from over this past weekend is among the most important that I have read recently on the dynamics that are materially changing the fractured U.S. health care system. That's not to suggest that the direction of medicine described in the article is a good thing. In fact, my late father is rolling over in his grave over what is described in the article. Patients as commodities. Doctors minimizing responsibilities so that they can get to their yoga class. Patients are supposed to trust such treatment? This is progress? This is the reason why I pay a premium so that I have a doctor who knows me and my medical history if I am hospitalized for illness or injury. Do most patients realize that they will not have such a resource when they need one?
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