Do you really know what you really need for a healthy life?
Does your doctor give you enough time to really meet your health concerns?
Does your medical office staff know how to deal with the hostile patient?
Do you know what your family doctor's office will look like in the future?
If the answer to these questions is NO then let me turn that answer into a YES.
NOW, SEE ME ON YOUTUBE, FOR A VIDEO INTRODUCTION, AT "SYLVIA MUSTONEN SPEAKS"
I am Sylvia Mustonen DO, The People's Physician , a family doctor who has worked in the front lines of American health care for over 30 years. Urban, rural, suburban, office, hospital ER; I have heard it all, seen it all and cared for all of it.
The cure is simple; it is not a secret and I will show you how to make your doctor treat you like a human being in spite of only having 7 minutes of face to face time in the exam room to get your questions answered and address your health concerns.
Let me tell you how to handle the hostile difficult patient who comes into your medical office. Let me share a vision of the future of American medicine in a family practice. Let me give you 5 keys to health and wellness that will not cost a cent or require a sign up.
My range of medical experience is broad. I have been a member of the State of Michigan Licensing board for Osteopathic physicians. I was vice president of medical affairs for a small hospital in Michigan and helped it transition through Joint Commission surveys and acquisition and merger activities.
I am an adjunct clinical professor at Michigan State University's College of Osteopathic medicine and I was chair of their admissions committee. I have licenses in Florida, Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa and Indiana and have worked as an employee of hospital health systems and as an independent physician. I hold an Associates degree in Health Care Risk Management and Quality Review from the Michigan Health and Hospital Association.
I have made presentations to physicians at the Michigan Association of Osteopathic Family Physicians, to medical students at Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine; to medical office practice managers, to the caregivers in the Michigan Assisted Living Association, to transcriptionists at the Michigan Association for Healthcare Documentation Integrity , to senior residents at the Townehouse Community of BHI, Indiana on a variety of topics in the medical field.