Often times a patient will make an appointment to see a physician and the physician will ask "Why are you here?" Ok, so it seems that we have a physician who is looking at the news or some other sort of events that have nothing to do with the patient. This isn't technology at it's best and such reasoning as to what caused the appointment should not be ambiguous, unfortunately sometimes it is and then you have to rely on good ole historical facts and implement other ways of self-help. My issue with physicians is that they get paid by the volume(they don't seem to hear this too well) they do not get paid by the hour as would a person who is employed in a legal aspect. This means that a physician cannot sit and chat it up like they are talking with a buddy or relative and as though they are working or legal cases and matters. Sure they rack up the hours but how much work do they get paid for? This would depend on how much they really do and what they actually do. So if you chats and chats and are unable to charge the patient for all of the chatting on an hourly basis how much do you earn? Then there's the miserable front desk office worker who would rather be doing something else that makes her happy and certainly provides her with a living wage, but then due to ambiguous methods some things become a living wage and such as the unhappiness. In a physicians office as far as I know they do not get paid or bill by the hour, the charges are usually procedure based. Since they are, unless a physician does procedures they can bill a lot of money for then they will not get paid. "Why are you here?" It would seem that any sentence proven to be worth it's salt eventually would fulfill itself..."Does the sentence ask to come or is that the point of any action? Physicians function like words without any connected meaning or incoherent lines that are supposed to indicate structure. Sure, I look around and I see the sentence as others do also; people see it as fitting the action-as they enjoy persecution as a reminder of the old. The ensures that a living wage and other benefits are not possible. Patients in and out like incoherent words of a sentence. What can be done AD? When you restructure the medicine the way you would implement billing for legal services, charges for quarterly, half, three-quarters or hourly should become standard in addition to procedures such as ekg's, holters, labs, echo's, stress echo's, urine ect.. By doing so this becomes compensatory to the physician and medical office as a whole. When a patient receives a vaccine from the physician's office, the patient is billed for not only the vaccine(unless he or she provides it), they are also billed for administrating the vaccine. This is the neglect in medicine. There are regular codes for office visits and ones for procedures, but those charges are not established as hourly or otherwise. They simply involve the type of visit regardless of time and that is important. That scope of time has a peculiar stench to it-evil, when visits are words incoherently used for sentence or in a days work. It should be permitted to charge patients on the basis of time and procedure. The administration of all effort is not being compensated for and this has been allowed for quite a while, medical charges are not done by the hour regarding rates and fees; and because of it "Why are you here?, has become the sentence. This is just evolution of procedure, especially when one makes the effort of standing on their own two feet. You can't possibly expect me to be happy. PS. You don't break bread with people who don't break even- if you're in this situation- they broke you or cheapened by giving someone else one or a leg up in all of this!
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