Hospitals hiring doctors to get ready for reform
Hospitals made disastrous decisions in the 1990s in hiring doctors. Now, they're again buying physician practices—saying better management will make the difference this time. The American Hospital Association reports that the number of doctors working for hospitals has increased by 32 percent since 2000, a trajectory that's accelerating as medical companies prepare for healthcare reform.
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