Doctors embracing reform
The New Republic, April 9, 2009
A growing number of physicians are favoring healthcare reform and subsequent changes. Many are now supporting some form of universal healthcare, while others are looking to consumer-directed care—both are significant changes from recent years. There are still some physicians, however, who back the current employer-sponsored system.
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