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The Crestfallen Primary Care Physician

Posted by medliorator on November 19, 2008

A response rate of 4.4% suggests responder bias…

A survey released today by The Physicians’ Foundation depicts widespread frustration and concern among primary care physicians nationwide.

49 percent, or more than 150,000 practicing doctors– say that over the next three years they plan to reduce the number of patients they see or stop practicing entirely.

60% of doctors would not recommend medicine as a career to young people

National Survey Finds Numerous Problems Facing Primary Care Doctors [Physicians’ Foundation]

Survey Executive Summary (pdf)


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