I have retired from hospital inpatient care completely. I now utilize the hospitalists at all 3 of our area hospitals should one of my patients require hospitalization. I also have relocated to a smaller, "cozier" office, and only see patients 3 days/ week. I do not accept any 3rd party payors, nor am I a "provider" for any insurance companies, government programs, PPO's, HMO's, etc. I have found these "organizations" have the tendency to occasionally force their $ influence into clinical decisions where they do not belong; I strongly believe this is wrong, and can increase the anxiety, and risk, to my patient, and, potentially, increase my patients' morbidity and mortality rates. Sincerely, Randall S. Brown, M.D.
EducationUniv Of Tx Med Branch Galveston, Galveston Tx 77550
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