Primary Care Physician Supply and Demand

Supply and Demand Economics





OLD versus NEW Paradigm



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  1. Medicine

    “…just stop and consider what the practice of medicine was like even 20 or 30 years ago when doctors had the autonomy to make decisions on how they would conduct the practice of medicine and when the family doc actually knew his patients and was able to give them the time and care they needed.”
    -Michele Luckenbaugh

    Remember that? When the government and insurance companies were not placing such a large burden on doctors and let them do their job taking care of their patients? What do you think about the article? I would love to hear your feedback!…+

    Jason Dyken MD MBA
    via Ann Miller RN MHA

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