Here is her description of her concierge practice as a far superior alternative to the "medical home" that government bureaucrats have in mind for us.
The Patient Centered Medical HomeWhen I became a doctor...I understood that hethcare was about relationships, communication, and cooperation: the patient/doctor relationship, doctor/doctor communications, and doctor/nurse cooperation...The passion that my colleagues and I have to preserve the medical home and the sanctity of the relationship(s) that we have with our patients is as real as our patients’ trust and love. The necessity to safeguard the professionalism that we have earned so that we can provide the discretionary judgment to assist our patients with decisions about life and death is indispensable to the conservation of the integrity of the science...Home sweet home is not an institution to be judged by the federal government. It is a place we go to belong, to reinvigorate, to strategize and build our lives. Medical homes belong to our patients and must never become government fashioned institutions.
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