Nearly half of all New Jersey physicians are considering changing how they practice medicine
The desire to reduce expenses and increase cash flow rank among the most important factors driving physicians in New Jersey to merge or otherwise modify their practice structure this year. According to law firm Brach Eichler's New Jersey Health Care Monitor survey, nearly 45% of physicians are considering changing how they practice medicine in 2012.
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