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Patient care is important yet it needs to not be maintained by a government that has trouble subsidizing and keeping promises that it has already been made in years past. Throughout the years the industry has made many positive changes that will only improve the effectiveness and the care which patients receive. There are many physicians who still hold very true to their promise to maintain the best quality of care in the best interest of theirpatients and who will not compromise quality just because they are being taken advantage of by certain insurance agreements that were intended to benefit all patrons in the beginning. I believe that the industry will thrive and continue to improve through the years and practices will stay open as long as everyone stays true to the core beliefs and promises of keeping it all in the best interest of the patient. The next decade or century will hold many new technologies and many old technologies will become obsolete yet the quality of care and the main drive for all who enterthe industry will remain the same. References
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