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Survey by the adult outpatient medical association foundation reveals that 83% to positions of laid off they can go acquitted.
Because of Obama -- doctor Marc Siegel is here he's with the medical eighteen at far -- doctor.
83% thinking all the quitting because of Obama -- that thinking of quitting that is means that they're actually gonna do it.
Stewart through most of them won't do it.
Most of them are trapped most of them are saying look.
Technology has helped us we've got more solutions to offer.
But with a obamacare coming in we're gonna get more and more restricted in terms of what solutions we can offer -- we're gonna we're gonna -- -- -- and we're gonna get paid less.
We'll get a get paid less.
And the range of options for treatment of the patients that come to see as will be restricted because of Obama can the government gonna tell us how we could treat patients is that.
Accurate totally 33 new committees under -- -- independent Medicare advisory board under Obama -- saying one treatments better than another certain situations I'm I want one treatment I can't even use it anymore I'm getting paid less and less and my expenses are going.
So -- -- put it bluntly.
Doctors in the future you say on not going to be able to make enough money not as much money as they want to make.
And they don't have freedom -- that treatment options is that in a nutshell what you say.
Exactly Stewart so what are they gonna do.
First of all they're gonna see people more quickly.
Second of all the gonna start restricting who they see they're gonna stop taking certain insurance is for -- Medicaid that's already -- out the door.
Doctors are not taking a Medicaid patient almost 50% of us are not taking new Medicaid patients on Medicare.
Increasing and a recent survey very AMA said that led up to 20% of physicians announcing they're gonna restrict their Medicare practices.
We're fleeing to hospitals we can't keep our offices open we're saying put -- on salary get us out of this situation where we can keep our doors -- As Eric said the -- private practice go to the big group practices and hospitals have cut a little extend this -- thirty seconds because I've got an important question I was and a handsome -- look don't.
The bill was 1400.
Dollars this is regular ordinary stop its cholesterol is less Rogers that is ordinary stuff.
Dollars -- who got that money.
Well we're two point in this quickly first of all the -- got that money no doctor got we get three dollars for drawing blood people have got another quarter -- -- real -- -- gone all moment what's going -- days again wonder why declining because they get what they can get and that's the other secret here I wrote about this in USA today the prices are variable all over the -- because there's no competition.
Because the -- says to the insurance company here's what I'm charging and that's what they end up getting so one -- we'll get 14100 dollars your lab.
Another level -- 700 dollars.
The patients are even aware of this because it's not coming out of their pocket.
That is completely broken Paul Ryan was talking about that yesterday so won't have enough competition why -- mind up to us and not blood sample of that.
Overcharging gouging -- why did he do that.
Because he doesn't care I'm sorry counselors direct -- because the -- -- I think they're funny he's gonna have benefited so I'm sure who would draw your blood for free you.
After -- here they would dictate the -- I would -- good.
It took a -- they went doctor argument now as very good it's important stuff on that we got to we're in trouble -- we off by Cuba.
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