Patients feel guilty about taking time for MD appointments

Have visits to your medical practice slowed? The cost of co-pays and drugs may not be the only reason. According to a new survey by health site, nearly one-third of U.S. consumers feel guilty about taking the time out to attend a physician appointment during the day. This problem has only grown worse as a troubled economy makes people fear for their jobs the surveyors suggest. Article

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