Physicians swap traditional practices for new models
A new report projects the number of physicians who practice independently will fall to 36 percent by 2013. One in three may choose a type of "subscription" approach over the more traditional formats. Researchers found doctors are increasingly open to new business models, especially those that might limit paperwork demands and overhead costs.
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