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1 Guy on reddit was anti-name change and stated that “it’s taken about 55 years to be understood in the medical community. This will set us back”   1) The fact that it took 55 years for peop

Guy on Reddit will be a contributor to the demise of the profession. Probably shaking his cane at the sky and cussing the clouds. Even an old toot like me sees the value in a title change

My survey had me sending a thousand dollars to a Nigerian prince, and now I'm wondering if maybe I filled out the wrong one.

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Just completed mine and it brought some questions to mind.  Are we really able to still say that we "see less patients and are able to spend more time with patients" then other providers?  This concept keeps getting sold but I do not think it is the norm anymore.

I am scheduled in 15 min slots for evaluations and I am typically double booked. 

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12 minutes ago, krisephillips said:

Just completed mine and it brought some questions to mind.  Are we really able to still say that we "see less patients and are able to spend more time with patients" then other providers?  This concept keeps getting sold but I do not think it is the norm anymore.

I am scheduled in 15 min slots for evaluations and I am typically double booked. 

Agreed. It’s like when NPs sell the fact that they are the more “hollistic” providers. Neither is true but is a make believe selling point.

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Just completed mine and it brought some questions to mind.  Are we really able to still say that we "see less patients and are able to spend more time with patients" then other providers?  This concept keeps getting sold but I do not think it is the norm anymore.

I am scheduled in 15 min slots for evaluations and I am typically double booked. 

Yeah that was "the old days" I answered strongly disagree on those I think.

 

I am at a new job so I'm seeing minimal pts right now but definitely ramping up and will be full capacity in a few weeks. the last Job I was busier than most of the docs.

 

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1 hour ago, krisephillips said:

Just completed mine and it brought some questions to mind.  Are we really able to still say that we "see less patients and are able to spend more time with patients" then other providers? 

Nope.  I'm staking this one in the heart in my pre-PA conversations.

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