The news that Dr. David Shulkin, president of Morristown Medical Center, is launching a doctor-owned primary care practice that could eventually number hundreds of physicians was greeted yesterday as evidence that the changes sweeping U.S. healthcare are making their way to New Jersey—a state still dominated by small practices that struggle to buy expensive digital medical record technology while facing pressure to improve quality and lower cost. READ MORE
Doctor-owned primary-care practice has big plans for Garden State
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