The Sanctity of the Patient-Doctor Relationship—Jules Madrigal, MD

June 13, 2018

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Dr. Juliette Madrigal speaks often and passionately about her cash-based Med-Peds practice in Texas. By eliminating 3rd party involvement from her practice, she is able to structure her time to allow for more 1-on-1 patient interaction, and offer better quality care at lower prices.

Third parties can be government regulations, government programs (Medicare), insurance companies, or any other entity that gets between a doctor and her patients, usually in the area of finance and payments, but often in critical decision making aspects of a patient’s healthcare.

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Jules Madrigal, MD is board certified in pediatrics and internal medicine. She completed her bachelor of science at the University of Texas at Austin while graduating Cum Laude. She received her Doctorate of Medicine at Texas A&M and finished her residency at the University of Oklahoma School of Medicine.

She currently serves on BRI’s board of directors.


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