SPOTLIGHT: Doctors reject Medicare patients for concierge practices

Doctors are increasingly refusing to provide care for Medicare patients because of low reimbursements. At New York's Presbyterian Hospital, just as an example, of the 93 internists only 37 accept Medicare patients. At the same time, there are also very few med students or established internists who are developing or who have any expertise in treating older patients. Article

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