Survey: Doctors see jump in cancellations
A recent nationwide survey of family physicians shows 90 percent of dotors are finding patients increasingly concerned about their ability to pay for health care, and 58 percent of doctors reporting an increase in patient cancellations.
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#1 Jul 23, 2009
I think health care in this country stinks. Too many doctors are quick to write a perscription than listen to you. If you have a psychological profile, forget it, because you will be seen as looking for attention, even if you are actually dying!! My Grandfather went through that over 40 years ago. No matter what kind of insurance you have, certain tests and procedures will not be paid for. Medicare excludes dental and eye, so we wind up paying out of pocket for those. We have a choice. We can either go to the doctor or we can eat. Frankly, I'd rather eat!
#3 Sep 24, 2013
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