Solo is best
Fam Pract Manag. 2004 Jan;11(1):14.
To the Editor:
Finally! What a great article by Dr. Douglas Iliff, a physician who understands how it’s supposed to work. Solo practice has always made the most sense. Providing personal, one-on-one service in the exam room is just that – personal. Large corporate practices cannot and do not deliver personal service, and they never will. I agree that our residents don’t get the education they need to go into solo practice. I hope that will change because “there’s no place like (the) home (office).”
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