Surgeon opts out of managed care, sees steady revenue
At some point, usually in the midst of struggling with third-party payers over meager reimbursement and oppressive bureaucracy, most physicians fantasize about chucking it all and just dealing directly with patients on a cash basis. It's only a dream for most doctors, but one surgeon in Las Vegas has found a way to make it work.
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