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-- not doctor Siegel has been warning us about the possibility of a doctor shortage and he might be right what did -- take a look at this.
83% of doctors say they have consider going -- giving up private practice.
As a result of the new healthcare law that -- according to a survey by the doctor patient medical association doctor -- -- -- downside.
That never seems -- but it does clearly show that doctors think that this law is bad for them.
Charleston not going to quit.
Most of them are just stuck.
In a place where they wish they weren't they did all these years of training.
-- -- -- -- practice -- idealistic maybe but then they find out their expenses are going up their paperwork is going up there reimbursements are going down now with -- obamacare coming in with 33 new committees and all kinds of regulations and restrictions.
They wanna find that services they want to order may not be approved as easily by both public and then.
Buy private insurance because private insurance always follow suit what I'm really worried about here is that.
If Medicare under the independent Medicare advisory board that's coming and now this year if Medicare starts to say.
That's not a good service this is better let's be cost effective.
You know all of this mumbo Jumbo that doesn't actually applied to the individual practice of medicine which varies from Liz to Charles -- to Stuart -- it varies.
So with -- all of these guidelines and insurance picks them up my test are gonna get turned down and it gets harder and harder and harder for me to practice.
Doctors are looking down the road and they see of that.
That's why they want to quit you.
You know we talk about -- -- in dollars and cents for you you talked about idea ideological or and they make.
In other words is there something else beyond the money aspect of this is this are they just frustrated because they will will -- -- of the of the best care anymore as this that Cisco beyond just the money Charles let's.
Absolutely the case when you look at on other networks and they're always saying doctors -- doctors are not greedy.
Doctors are overwhelmed there's there's some there's doctors -- our doctors are greeted by the -- -- any profession.
But mostly doctors are overwhelmed they feel we feel we can't practice the way we want.
If we have more more people are waiting room how we -- have the time to deliver the care we want also.
People are living told -- they're coming out more and more medical problems I have better and better solutions but those solutions take.
-- the high cost of affordable kickers certainly hitting doctors and increase insurance coverage.
Doesn't mean increased access but -- talk about that doctors themselves.
Which specialties -- think doctors will start to drop out.
And not practice.
Well -- that that's a great point I'd -- even though Obama -- once more primary care doctors I can't imagine people going into primary care right now already only 2% of the graduating class is going to primary care but primary care you have lower lower income.
And you have this issue and one more restrictions specialty care surgeons.
Terrible liability being a surge in these days and insurance is not gonna take that liability so.
I think that people gonna look for the chip will cherry pick professions like -- remotely like radio talking.
I gotta get this general quick.
It was yesterday we talked about them met -- Now having a single doctor you just talked about obamacare bringing in this new panel everyone was always afraid it would be a bunch of bureaucrats of the screen we have right now.
These are the people that talk to congress about how it's -- money -- Medicare not a single position among them this ultimate panel which people were calling the death panel.
-- it may not have been -- all hype after all.
Tells this to different panels here one is med pack which you do a show the other is the independent.
A -- -- -- that's coming in neither one of these has practicing physicians on the iPad which is coming in less than half -- going to be health care providers.
The but they're going to be full time for a for the board there's going to be no practicing physicians people in the trenches that know what medicine is all about that is deeply disturbing bureaucrats appointed by the president.
Not practicing doctors doctor -- you've been warning us all along everything -- said so far has been right we're in trouble and we -- thanks a lot.
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