SPOTLIGHT: Doctor says shunning insurers is the solution

In this editorial, an internist describes how it's benefited him to drop all of his insurance contracts completely. He argues that insurance actually raises the prices of care by adding a middleman, and contends that prices will drop if more doctors exclude insurance companies from their relationship with patients. Article

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