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The interference in health care is mesmerizing

“Beep,” went the machine. I left a message and hung up. My patient, Mr. G, had just been denied a medicine by his health insurer. It’s the same medication for the same condition that he had been taking last year. I was leaving a message on his behalf. You can be assured that if you […]
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