KevinMD March 16, 2023
Erica E. Remer, MD

Imagine you found your dream home and hired an inspector to check it out. They walked around for an hour, kicking the tires on the furnace, taking pictures of the roof, peering up the chimney. In the end, they informed you they were done. You ask, “When will I get the report?” They reply, “What report? You hired me to inspect it. A report would be an undue burden.” Wouldn’t you respond that it was part of the job? How else would you know what they found?

I practiced emergency medicine in the good ole days. It took three days for the old paper charts to percolate down to the ED after being requested; the patient was home, admitted, or...

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