Being a doctor in private practice today is more complicated than it used to be, with growing financial pressures, more government regulation, greater oversight by insurers, rapid developments in medicine and pressure to keep up with technology. In response, doctors say they are increasingly looking for new ways to practice medicine so they can spend more time with patients and less time on paperwork—while maximizing their incomes.
Doctors are shifting their business models
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