Since January, at least 114 Central Florida doctors have traded their independence for steady paychecks from hospitals. The move, part of a nationwide trend, has wide implications not only for doctors but also for patients' pocketbooks, say members of a new trade association for independent physicians.
Independent doctors unite to fight national trend toward hospitals buying physician groups
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