I had a recent upper endoscopy. After test, gastroenterologist comes by and said he found a small hiatal hernia and possible Barrett’s. He was nonchalant. I had to bother his office for results, as his practice is to send letter with results. I couldn’t get back in to to see him for two months to discuss results—also his standard practice. Letter finally comes with positive Barrett’s (no dysplasia) and recommendation for another endoscopy in three years. Does this sound like standard practice for G.I. doctors?