The way the medical and dental system is set up is as a business that is driven by insurance approvals.
That then leads to a model of practice that pushes people in and out often too fast to catch important subtle details that make all the difference in how outcomes result for families.
It is up to smart families to take up the slack and be advocates for their dear loved ones – regardless of the personalities of medical workers that are stressed and may have ego issues that don’t help if they are personally having a bad day when your family visits them.
The answers are not shortcuts.
The answers are education that goes in-depth where the offices are leaving gaps.