Health plan bureaucracy steals doctors' time from patients

A new survey by the Texas Medical Association concludes that dealing with health plan bureaucracy--particularly collections--steals doctors' time with their patients. Doctors said they're worried that financial hardships--including declining payments, claim denials, incorrect or late payments and the cost of administration--are depriving them of the time to provide quality patient care. Article

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