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Are You Doing the Proper Physician Research?

17 Jan 2013

Are You Doing the Proper Physician Research?

Most Americans spend less time researching a doctor then they do researching an automobile. Many people just look for a doctor close to their home and see if they carry their insurance. Because of this, many patients choose convenience over quality.

doctor researchFortunately, there are tools these days that make this research easier and more accurate. With the help of the Internet, consumers can now go to free online networks such as Healthgrades.com and UcompareHealthcare.com. These are free, reputable websites that provide information about doctors, such as board certifications, specialties, amount of procedures done and accurate results, all of which can be vital in helping consumers in make sound medical decisions.

Researching and doing your homework ahead of time on hospitals and doctors can provide consumers with a huge advantage. When an actual emergency occurs, they need to make a hasty healthcare decision.

To learn about other reputable website portals that provide accurate, trustworthy information on hospitals, physicians, insurance and healthcare, call Wax Custom Communications at 305-350-5700 or visit waxcom.com.

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