Decomposition versus the Grassroots attitude to healthcare problems

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An intimate glance at the administrative prerogative The most characteristic trait of human nature is its problem-solving capability. Because, day in and day out, a person strives to survive. Along the way also must put effort into making life simpler, healthier, more convenient, and prosperous. The mission is to pursue it singly, nonetheless, as a matter of necessity. The human not too uncommonly would seek collective efforts of other-selves; because by nature, humans are social beings. In the process of problem-solving, there exists a much inherent challenge when it arrives at a collective crisis unraveling; that is the cycle of…...

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Adam Tabriz, MD Dr. Adam Tabriz is an Executive level physician, writer, personalized healthcare system advocate, and entrepreneur with 15+ years of success performing surgery, treating patients, and creating innovative solutions for independent healthcare providers. He provides critically needed remote care access to underserved populations in the Healthcare Beyond Borders initiative. His mission is to create a highly effective business model that alleviates the economic and legislative burden of independent practitioners, empowers patients, and creates ease of access to medical services for everyone. He believes in Achieving performance excellence by leveraging medical expertise and modern-day technology.