In the midst of all of that, I have doubts; doubts about how to choose a treatment plan when the eidence is murky, doubts that we can build a new system in the culture of a shrinking pie, doubts that, even if we build a decent system, we can get our families to navigate it. I think these things, and then, I get over it. I remember that, it isn't just about me and my clinical (or political) sense of how to manage this patient or that system issue. I work with a great group of families and professionals; together we may actually develop something useful.
More patients tomorrow.