Physician employment could hit 75%, eclipsing private practice

While rumors of the death of private practice have been circulating for some time, a recent survey from recruiting firm Merritt Hawkins suggests it may be no exaggeration that the industry will see 75 percent of the nation's physicians employed by hospitals in 2014. This prediction, according to the firm, is based on the finding that only 1 percent of the 2,710 searches it performed for hospitals and physician practices in 2011 were for solo physicians, down from 22 percent in 2004. --Read more of the article on FiercePracticeManagement

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