Health Governance Report, August 2010
Physicians just don’t want to work in private practice anymore. Or so the prevailing wisdom would have us believe. Instead, says this line of thinking, with few exceptions, new doctors just want steady employment, preferably in the hospital environment, where all they have to do is take care of patients instead of dealing with the billing and staffing challenges and all the other headaches that a physician in private practice is expected to take care of.
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