Politics aside, doctors universally fed up with insurers

Philadelphia Inquirer, November 10, 2009

U.S. physicians are torn over what the government should do to make healthcare more available and affordable, they're like-minded about one perceived scourge: the insurance industry, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. A national survey of physicians found that most favored expanding health coverage to the uninsured through a government-sponsored program. Another survey found 70% of Massachusetts doctors support that state's three-year-old reform law, which increased public options, and created a government-regulated health insurance exchange.


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