The use of multiple clinicians

This system ensures that an expert in a particular field always sees each patient, and this is a system that appears to be commonly used in the USA. In relation to male infertility one might, using this system, feel more confident that the correct diagnosis is being made and that the right treatment is being applied to the patient. However, it is the author’s experience that patients do like to relate to one clinician and do not like to be treated by ‘a committee’. Multiple doctors, especially in private practice, involve multiple appointments and multiple discussions relating to their treatment—as well as an increase in the cost of that treatment. In that situation, patient notes may need to be transferred between clinics and such a system could give rise to confusion resulting in misdirected and false information being given to the patients.

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