[extropy-chat] Who Gets Expensive Treatments Under Socialism
stathisp at gmail.com
Thu Apr 26 00:20:58 UTC 2007
On 4/26/07, ben <benboc at lineone.net> wrote:
> >You're describing GP's, or perhaps community nurses.
> No, the difference is that GPs and such come and go. The point of the
> idea is that you have someone who stays with you and gets to know you
> and your details, and builds up a personal relationship. Each one would
> have a relatively small number of clients that they could pay attention
> to. GPs are far too busy, and you have to get a new one if you move.
I suppose it's different depending on where you live. The traditional GP or
"family doctor" is someone people stay with for years. In the UK, patients
actually register with a GP, and if they move they re-register, and have all
their files transferred. You can't really overcome the fact that doctors and
patients will move, retire etc.
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