A penny for your thoughts? 2
Q1: What does it take to claim that doctors charge "excessively" for writing medical report?
A1: A Blogger account.
Q2: What does it take to write a medical report?
A2: Five years of medical school, a year of housemanship, several years of relevant post-graduate training, time to read through a patient's medical records and investigation results, knowledge to understand the significance of each, the ability to synthesise all that information and present it in a format that addresses the relevant issues required by the side requesting the medical report, and finally the balls to stand by and back up what you wrote in a court of law if necessary.
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