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07/31/2012

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Sandra

In 1994- 40% of U.S. doctors were in solo or small 2 pesron practices. In 2005 this went down to 32%. Most have joined up with other bigger practices or closed. I think most Doctors nowadays (most employed) - do not realized the impact of the public option to their salary - especailly since this will likely become single -payer in the future. Soon all will have to be employed. Is this a trend that inevitable anyways? When I asked my hospitalist collegues, they seem to think it will not affect them in anyway. (I was a hospitalist as well before). Sadly, We will all be affected one way or another - (you employer will demand more productivity since reimbursement will be less with the public option/single payer - and thus may cause further deterioration in you patient care quality, and as well as your own life. OR they will ask a pay cut on your salary.

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