If Universal Health Care is implemented, I will...
If Universal Health Care is implemented, I will...

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Universal Health Care not the answer?

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In a survey of almost 1,400 physicians by physician recruiting firm LocumTenens.com, 20 percent of respondents say they’ll stop practicing medicine if the next U.S. president enacts universal health care insurance coverage. Although 62 percent say they will continue practicing the way they do today, 11 percent say they would change occupations and 9 percent said they would retire.

If Universal Health Care is implemented, I will...

“These physician survey results signal to government officials and insurance industry executives that they must not discount physicians’ potential response as healthcare reform is implemented,” LocumTenens.com President David Roush says. “Any type of reform that further reduces their autonomy and income-earning potential will exacerbate the growing U.S. shortage of physicians.” (more…)
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