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The future of private medical practice

This HND piece examines the big decline in medical private practice. In 1972, it was 72 percent. 2016's figure was 33 percent. But, for all the talk of "economies of scale," you may have noticed that your costs have only increased. We cite several sources, and most of the related trends are just as depressing.

The good news is that there are ways to fix this, and even the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services is now trying to undo some of the damage it caused to small and solo practices.

Read the complete article.


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