all before breakfast.
that serve as superficial bandaids to a larger issue.
only to be later lost in the shuffle of a non-inclusive, disparity-driven healthcare system.
so to recap:
...to save frustration in experiencing the same roadblocks again and again.
...to save $ in prescription coverage.
...to save time in pointless or redundant appointments.
...to save precious transportation, childcare, and work-leave resources.
...to save confusion in how your body works and create sustainable ways to track, manage, and improve your health.
It isn't made simple. It wasn't made fair or equitable. It often leaves us throwing our hands up in the air, quickly followed by a "just forget it."
together, we'll end all that.
Determinedly, Dr. Linda Allen