The Importance Of Communication In Healthcare

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There seems to be a dichotomous situation with the medical staff that is treating me and professes to own licenses to practice medicine in Texas. They are not accurately documenting my charts with the information that I share with them in reference to my injuries. It is very hard for me to accept another miscommunication or an inadvertent oversight of the facts that I am sharing and they are not documenting. It is both flagrant and egregious to continue to treat, medicate and give me physical therapy without a proper diagnosis. This tells me that a line of demarcation must be drawn. The undue stress and outrageous behaviors performed by what should be professionals is really causing me more mental and physical pain than necessary. In…show more content…
In reading over the form DWC-73’s and the Activity Status Report form AA/EEO Employer provided by the Dr, for whatever reason, it appears these individuals that I have encountered in the scope of their jobs have been less than honest and forthright: I arrived at Concentra Clinic on Friday December1, 2017, 12:50 pm; I was told that I could not go on the books until 1:00 pm, because that was my scheduled time, I was called to the back at approximately 1:25 and I met Dr. Alexander who entered the room at 1:40 pm. In looking over my notes from Dr. Alexander MD, said you have a full blown tearing of the supraspinatus tendon and sit right here I will be right back. He returned and said, I will be referring you to an orthopedic surgeon and I will see if I can get you in as soon as possible. You need to get that looked at as soon as possible. I asked, more therapy? He replied no, no way you been doing therapy? I replied yes, 10 treatments and he looked at me, dropped and shook his head. He gasped and said, No, no more therapy go see an orthopedic surgeon as soon as you can. Then he handed me another
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