Hopkins, Cleveland Clinic practices take away paying patients, critics say
South Florida Sun-Sentinel, February 19, 2008
Cleveland Clinic and Johns Hopkins have taken root in Palm Beach County, FL, and are offering new options for top-rated care. But critics say their growing presence is pulling paying patients away from local hospitals. In response, officials at Cleveland Clinic say they're capturing patients that have been turned away by doctors switching to small concierge practices.
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