04 February 2008

Scary Trend

Given how the economics of medical reimbursement are slanted towards procedures and against office-based practitioners, it's hardly surprising. I have to agree with Kevin and Dr Brayer that health care reform will be of limited benefit, if not a total failure, unless the underlying perverse incentives are addressed.

1 comment:

  1. Seems like more and more MDs are going into specialties or admin, leaving primary care to the DOs, NPs, and PAs.


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