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Re: Can I bill my doctor?

Posted by Bill LL on May 9, 2005, at 7:45:56

In reply to Can I bill my doctor?, posted by cybercafe on May 9, 2005, at 6:34:29

The worst part is if the doctor is unreceptive to the patient's input. But if your doctor is gracious about learning stuff that you tell him or her, then your are lucky.

Are you studying to be a doctor? If so, do you have a particular specialty in mind?

> Okay this is ridiculous. After 5+ years of researching psychiatry, functional neuroanatomy and psychoneuroendocrinology, every time I visit a doctor I end up teaching them. And then they bill the government and make quite a lot of money (Canadian system). But I can't bill the government myself because a) I'm not a practising physician (yet), and b) you can't (officially) treat yourself. The only reason I see doctors is a) have them write a script for parnate and b) pick up some free condoms.
> I'm pretty idealistic, so it's rather painful to know what a doctor has gone through (the curriculum of the local 'prestigious' med school) and how little information they have retained.
> Anyone ever given a doctor a presentation on some of the above topics, and then presented their secretary with an invoice? ;)




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