Doctors feeling adrift as sea change sweeps US medicine

Woodward, Cal
June 2013
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;6/11/2013, Vol. 185 Issue 9, p757
Academic Journal
The article focuses on a survey of physicians in the U.S. related to the impact of medical reform law of the government on country people, doctors and health care system of the country. According to the survey findings physicians in the U.S. are seeing 17 percent less patients and 62 percents doctors are providing uncompensated care of worth 25000 US dollars every year.


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