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En Seminario Interdepartamental Facultad de Derecho, donde puede accederse al texto, presento mi ponencia sobre la sentencia del caso Google. Audio bastante mejorable, pero entendible.
Sherri,I can only speak from my own personal exieeprnce at Mayo-Rochester. I am assuming you have had your care elsewhere, or from other providers.My exieeprnce with Mayo has been that they also send a patient to a number of specialists as appropriate. The difference is that they have all those specialists In-House’; and after they all have spent time with the patient and reviewed all the test results, those specialists, and your primary doctor, meet and talk through your case. Each specialist also has all the exieeprnce of their departments at their disposal, so that if a unique situation is in question, odds are they have more on-premises exieeprnce and resources available. At least that has been my exieeprnce. (The last figures I saw, Mayo has 3,700 staff physicians, 3,200 residents, fellows and students, and 49,000 administrative and allied health staff.) So, it’s not one specialist here with their opinion, another one in another city with another opinion, etc.As an example, in this economy, there was a period when we lost our insurance at the discretion of the insurance company. I had to fallback to the VA healthcare system. I had a problem in one leg that progressively became worse and finally I collapsed one day. Over 14 months the VA sent me to doctor after doctor and the leg just became worse. Finally, I was able to gain new insurance and return to Mayo. In six hours, I saw three doctors, had the needed tests done, and they had a diagnosis. Today, four months later, I am back to walking 2 to 3 miles in the morning, getting ready for the softball season, and starting to run again. Where everyone else was treating for a bum knee, Mayo found deep-vein clots, that could have been fatal. Draw your own conclusions.My suggestion, call Mayo Rochester, make a trip out of it, plan for a few days, and take the time to walk around the campus and see just what they have and what they can offer. My exieeprnce is that it was the answer to healthcare I was always looking for. Good luck, and wishing you the best. (And no, I’m not an employee, and I’m not compensated in anyway for my comments. I just believe it is something everyone should know about.)
This site is like a classroom, except I don’t hate it. lol
I could watch Schindler’s List and still be happy after reading this.
So that’s the case? Quite a revelation that is.
I don’t even know what to say, this made things so much easier!
Whoever edits and publishes these articles really knows what they’re doing.
That’s a knowing answer to a difficult question
I told my grandmother how you helped. She said, «bake them a cake!»
I’m impressed. You’ve really raised the bar with that.