Nine of 10 physicians won't recommend healthcare as a profession
Lower reimbursement and payer issues are cited as leading reasons why nine out of 10 physician respondents indicate an unwillingness to recommend healthcare as a profession, according to a survey by The Doctors Company, the nation's largest insurer of physician and surgeon medical liability, based in Napa, Calif.
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