Alex Vlasceanu, data analysis specialist, has released a potentially controversial report about pediatricians in Mesa, Arizona, bringing some cause for concern for local parents who want better treatment for their children. His conclusions are based on a personal thorough analysis of more than 300 reviews of over 30 pediatric offices in Mesa.
Many parents in Arizona struggle when choosing a pediatrician because they want the best for their children but don't know whom to trust. The analysis examines the pros and cons of the pediatricians, in the pursuit of providing a clear view of the pediatric services in Mesa for parents. In atypical manner though, a certain element of the reported findings is set to spark discontent amongst parents.
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Below is a portion of the report, which neatly exemplifies the controversial element:
"Overall people are satisfied with the services offered by the pediatric doctors. But I found one surprising thing: most parents cared more for the level of kindness and caring the doctors and nurses displayed towards their children than for how qualified they were professionally." says Mr. Vlasceanu.
"Of course my intention was never to intentionally upset anybody. The aim of my work is first and foremost to give a fair analysis of the pediatric services in Mesa so parents can make a better, more informed decision when choosing a doctor for their children.
Although my conclusions might unsettle pediatricians who don't want to change the way they work, in order to offer better treatment for their children, my duty is to my readers. I believe it's more important to give a complete and fact-based view of the current status-quo, than to please everyone. Which is notoriously difficult to do."
Although there has been no backlash as of yet, the possibility exists as the specialist's statement may make some parents angry at their doctors, because they may realize their current pediatric doctors aren't treating their children properly.
"The average rating of Mesa pediatrics was 7.8 out of 10. Ratings varied from bad to good, most of them being focused on the quality of the service offered. How much people wait, how the doctors and nurses talk to them and their kids, and how caring and helpful the staff are were the most important reasons why people gave bad reviews. Parents seem to expect fast and quality service from their doctors."
Mr. Vlasceanu recommends to watch out for the pediatrician's behavior and switch to a new one if parents' expectations are not fulfilled. An easy way to do that is to visit http://mesapediatrics.net/ , the website of a local pediatric doctor's office which Mr. Vlasceanu recommends.