Puget Sound Business Journal: Health Care Imbalances are Causing Physicians Acute AnxietyFeb. 7, 2014
For some time, physicians have suffered from what might charitably be called low-grade anxiety about their profession’s future. In a 2012 Physicians Foundation survey, more than three-quarters of those surveyed called themselves “pessimistic” about the future of the profession. Today, with the advent of the Affordable Care Act, that anxiety can’t be called anything but acute. Read Linda Nash’s article in the Puget Sound Business Journal here.