Obamacare & Physicians

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The Coming Obama Administration War on Doctors



Some of the most competitive participants in the health market in recent years have been physician-owned hospitals (POHs)… [but] the [Obamacare] significantly restrict[s] the operations and future expansion of POHs.



A national survey of over 2,100 faith-based physicians revealed that over nine of 10 are prepared to leave medicine if pressured to compromise their ethical and moral commitments.



[Obamacare] prompting more doctors to cut hours, leave profession.



Doctors in America are harboring an embarrassing secret:                                                 Many of them are going broke.”



… the impact of impending health-care changes are driving droves of cardiologists – among the highest-paid doctors – to leave private practice…”



Many U.S. Physicians Believe Their Own Patients Are Receiving Too Much Care, Survey Shows



Doctors Say Obamacare Is No Remedy for U.S. Health Woes



The independent, private physician practice model will be largely, though not uniformly, replaced.  Most physicians will be compelled to consolidate with other practitioners, become hospital employees, or align with large hospitals and health systems for capital, administrative and technical resources…  Reform will exacerbate physician shortages, creating access issues for many patients.  Primary care shortages and physician maldistribution will not be resolved…  The imperative to care for more patients… will put additional stress on physicians, ticularly those in private practice.  Some physicians will respond by opting out of private practice or by abandoning medicine altogether…



60% of doctors believe [Obamacare] will have a negative impact on overall patient care.



Like Catholic liberals who bought into the administration’s lie about Obamacare and abortion, members of the American Medical Association (AMA) who signed the letter to Tavenner are now feeling the sting of betrayal.



Like Catholic liberals who bought into the administration’s lie about Obamacare and abortion, members of the American Medical Association (AMA) who signed the letter to Tavenner are now feeling the sting of betrayal.”



Thanks Obamacare: 83% of Doctors Surveyed Say They May Quit



Doctor Shortage Likely to Worsen With Health Law



… the huge expansion of Medicaid enrollees (estimated at 30 million) called for under [Obamcare] ‘is likely to backfire.’  Almost half of the doctors (49 percent) said they will stop accepting Medicaid payments.



Health Policy Experts Anticipate Fewer Doctors, Less Productivity Under Obamacare



More Docs Plan to Retire Early

Six in 10 physicians said it is likely many of their colleagues will retire earlier than planned in the next 1 to 3 years.




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