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I think a lot of doctors are in way worse positions
than technical writers. But if you look at the labor
code definitions of "professional," they fit into the
classification on the basis of the education and
training hoops they have to jump through to get
into their field, not on the basis of how they work
or are treated.
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From: "Ned Bedinger" <doc -at- edwordsmith -dot- com>
> OMG, doctors today have quotas for how many patients they see in a
> timeframe. An appointment is predetermined as 15 minutes, not the time
> it takes to address a patient's complaint. So, if that can be
> as paying for services, then services can be described as what fits in
> quarter hour.
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