Monday, April 16, 2012
SURVEY FINDS YOUNG PHYSICIANS WORRIED ABOUT THE FUTURE
Primarily because of the Affordable Care Act, a majority of U.S. young physicians are quite pessimistic about the future of health care in this country, new research from The Physicians Foundation found. As president of the foundation, I was quoted in an exclusive story by Reuters news saying, “Young doctors are finding upheaval and transition in the way the health care system is structured right now. ... And when our doctors are dissatisfied, we’ve got a problem with the system.” The foundation’s nationwide findings mirror TMA’s research into Texas physicians.
Posted by Steve Levine at 11:50 AM