From the Blogs: If United Airlines Ran Your Doctor's Office Practice

April 26, 2017

From the Blogs: If United Airlines Ran Your Doctor's Office Practice

In HIV and ID Observations, Dr. Paul Sax satirizes the recent United Airlines debacle.

Dr. Paul Sax speculates about what would happen if United Airlines ran your doctor's office in the latest HIV and ID Observations blog post.

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Reader Comments (5)

FREDERICA SCHUSTER Other Healthcare Professional, Dentistry

I always enjoy Paul Sax's comments.

FREDERICA SCHUSTER Other Healthcare Professional, Dentistry, Midwest Dental

I've enjoyed this journal for many years

Julie Ohlschwager Nurse/NP/PA, Family Medicine/General Practice

Sounds entertaining

DEBORAH SIMON Other Healthcare Professional, Hospital Medicine, community hospital

I would like to see more

ISRAEL KONEFKA MD Physician, Internal Medicine, VENEZUELA, SOUTH AMERICA

INTERESTING ...

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