Price controls in medical practice

October 31, 2010
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Editorial

Most physicians choose to participate with health insurance carriers, but most physicians have no real choice. In order for doctors to opt out of participation with third-party carriers and still maintain financially viable practices, essentially all of the other local physicians in their specialty would have to do the same.

Most physicians choose to participate with health insurance carriers, but most physicians have no real choice. In order for doctors to opt out of participation with third-party carriers and still maintain financially viable practices, essentially all of the other local physicians in their specialty would have to do the same.

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