U.S. Plans Stealth Survey on Access to Doctors
By ROBERT PEAR
Published: June 26, 2011
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In a recent study, the Massachusetts Medical Society found that 53 percent of family physicians and 51 percent of internal medicine physicians were not accepting new patients. When new patients could get appointments, they faced long waits, averaging 36 days to see family doctors and 48 days for internists.
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Argh! Just now that they figured out that they need doctors?
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