It’s a rural obstetrician’s perspective on healthcare from Alan Lindemann on this episode of the Perspectives on Healthcare podcast with Rob Oliver. Alan is from North Dakota. He lives in a county where there are 2 people for every square mile, that’s pretty rural. Alan Lindemann is a member of the Baby Boomer Generation.
Here are 3 things that stood out as Alan Lindemann shared a rural obstetrician’s perspective on healthcare:
- The primary word to remember when thinking about quality healthcare is access!
- Overcoming the barriers to access takes place one practitioner at a time and one patient at a time.
- The model needs to be adjusted to include mental health as a component of prenatal care.
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