Survey: Connecticut doctors dissatisfied with practice environment
Hartford Courant, September 24, 2008
Nearly one-third of Connecticut physicians are considering changing jobs or moving out of state because of dissatisfaction with the state's practice environment, according to a survey of 1,077 practicing doctors commissioned by the Connecticut State Medical Society. Among doctors' chief complaints: longer hours while patients wait weeks for appointments, malpractice costs, managed care restrictions, and a high cost of living.
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