Trusted relationships are vital to health care. Here’s a way to develop them to benefit patients and physicians.
Primary care physicians (PCPs) and clinicians have traditionally been the first line of care for patients, from preventive care to chronic condition management to urgent needs, and their work is rooted in the trusting, lifelong relationship they build and maintain with their patients. The reality of this ideal vision is that access to primary care is heading towards crisis in the current health care environment.
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Mary Mulcare, MD, FACEP, is the chief medical officer at Summus and oversees all clinical aspects of operations. She also serves as a clinical assistant professor of emergency medicine at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medicine, and has held several leadership roles at Weill Cornell. She served as chief resident of the emergency medicine residency program at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital and completed a fellowship in geriatric emergency medicine at Weill Cornell Medical Center.