More Michigan MDs say practices are full
Detroit Free Press, May 5, 2009
A survey conducted for the Michigan Department of Community Health found that 62% of the state's doctors say their practices are full or nearly full, compared with 60% in 2007. The 2008 physicians' survey also shows that the number of Michigan doctors accepting Medicaid patients is declining. About 85% said they provide care to some Medicaid patients, down from 87% in 2007.
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