Survey: Many doctors plan to quit or cut back
Primary care doctors in the United States feel overworked and nearly half plan to either cut back on how many patients they see or quit medicine entirely, according to a survey released by the Physicians’ Foundation. And 60% of 12,000 general practice physicians surveyed said they would not recommend medicine as a career, the survey found.
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