Let My Doctor Practice exists to restore the sanctity of the physician-patient relationship by removing third-party interference from the exam room. The organization empowers physicians to voice their beliefs regarding the U.S. health care system and have confidence in their ability to evoke positive change.

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Third-party interference is a deterrent to the patient-physician relationship. According to a recent survey by the Physician’s Foundation, 53.9% of physicians surveyed claim that some of their decisions are compromised due to their current level of clinical autonomy and ability to make the best decisions for patients. We want to save the relationship between a patient and their doctor, and hope that you will join us in this critically important effort. Please take a moment to view this video, share it, and get involved. Together, we can make a positive difference.

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Let My Doctor Practice exists to restore the sanctity of the physician-patient relationship by removing third-party interference from the exam room. The organization empowers physicians to voice their beliefs regarding the U.S. health care system and have confidence in their ability to evoke positive change. The Let My Doctor Practice blog gives a voice to patients, physicians, and other interested parties seeking to revitalize the patient-physician relationship.

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Due to government-mandated requirements, administrators direct physician care of patients by dictating every facet of the patient engagement from the intake conversation to the prognosis and treatment. The patient stories below offer first-hand insight into the importance of the doctor-patient relationship. Please share your story!

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