How to balance the business of medicine with patient care
Depending on who’s talking, these medicine-only physicians represent either a dying breed or a growing trend.
David R. Neiblum, MD, says these single-hat physicians are disappearing. “We’re probably seeing it less so than in the past, where people used to go into practice and not worry about anything except seeing patients and doing clinical activities,” says Neiblum, managing partner at West Chester (PA) Gastrointestinal Group, an eight-physician practice.
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