In her newest blog post, Ann Eubank (pictured right) explores the dilemmas that face clinicians committed to providing the best for their patients in a “broken system.”
Having taken the fight to Capitol Hill herself, Ann advises clinicians against waiting for permission to make a change, and instead encourages them to ask, “What is worth changing?” and then act. Ann points out that each clinician has the resources and knowledge to make a change. To attach action to that change, Ann says, a clinician need only begin with what lies in front of her or him. She adds that this includes any observations of arbitrary or discriminatory threats against patient-centered practice.
Offer your insight in Ann’s From the Roots: Clinician’s Blog
Ann is nationally known for her work in wheelchair user advocacy and serves as the vice president of Community Initiatives for the grassroots movement UsersFirst.
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[Source: Rehab Management]