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April 16, 2009


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Natalie Berlin

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Matthew Levin, MD

Great post!

As a solo in Western PA for the last 4+ years, I have seen much change, yet still patients flock to my solo practice.

Although I now refer to a colleague for my inpatient practice, I enjoy more and more the practice of family medicine after 20+ years now.

Agree with Gordon.

Would add the concept of "anonymity of care" where a patient, a doc, meet in an office neither one have been in, to have a visit using computer assist. This is NOT ideal!

Dr Matt Levin
Solo FP since Dec 2004
Residency completed Family Medicine 1988

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