Majority of Physicians Say They Don’t Recommend a Career in Medicine

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I’ve listened to doctors having this conversation for several years now. From the Heartland Institute:

We’ve documented in the past the concerns among America’s physicians about how they will adapt to a new reality under President Barack Obama’s health care law, particularly considering the need for more than 30,000 primary care physicians by 2015 even under the most optimistic assumptions of the law’s effects.

Now comes a new survey from the Physicians’ Foundation that finds six in 10 doctors are considering quitting and more are sharing their pessimism for America’s health care system thanks to the encroachment of government.

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