Reimbursement cuts add to strain on d...

Reimbursement cuts add to strain on doctors

There are 3 comments on the Baltimore Sun story from Dec 12, 2008, titled Reimbursement cuts add to strain on doctors. In it, Baltimore Sun reports that:

I appreciate Dr. Peter Beilenson's generally sympathetic column regarding the plight of primary care medicine in Maryland .

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Dundalk, MD

#1 Dec 12, 2008
just got my yearly premium increase that seems to come twice a year.....1,000.00 increase....husband, wife, child 75/25 with a 2,000.00 deductable...drumroll.......15 ,000.00 a /care first.....and i know i just recently read how since the new guy took over they are flush with cash... what a racket....whats my chances of a bailout.....or at least counseling for the sexual abuse

Lafayette, LA

#2 Dec 13, 2008
The wealthy get the best doctors.... middle class and poor get a nurse.

Since: Feb 13

Lexington Park, MD

#3 Feb 5, 2013
What are the names of low cost suboxone doctors in southern Maryland?

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