I am sorry to hear about the way you have been treated, and I hope you can get the help you need soon. I just got back from a 3 day trip to Mayo. I have lupus, sjogrens, reynauds, and recently unable to urinate significant amounts. 8 items in my blood and urine tests were out of the normal range, and when I got home I read one of the tests showed I have a UTI, yet none of the doctors I saw addressed this. I would think that even if they feel a UTI is no big deal, they should still have addressed it and given me medication to clear it up. Now I have to go to my PCP. For the amount of money that was paid by my insurance for all of the tests that were run, it is very concerning that none of abnormal test results were addressed, no plan is in force to manage my kidney issues, and I now also have to go to another kidney doctor who is able to interpret the results of my tests (3 MRIs, blood, and urine) in some meaningful way, and maybe do additional testing to find out what is wrong. I agree with you that there is a problem with the degree of patient care being given. More has to be done than going through the motions of giving tests. Medical management plans need to be made from the results of the tests. Tests with no interpretations or follow up are useless and driving up the costs of insurance.