SPOTLIGHT: Patient care rationing squeezes medical practices

With patients delaying or avoiding care entirely due to financial troubles, medical practices are finding that their revenues are falling, with many forced to take harsh steps to cut costs. Not only has volume fallen, but practice patterns have changed, with many physicians caring for more Medicaid patients. Article

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