Giving Doctors a Voice and Patients a Choice [Podcast]

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Every day hospitals are working to buy medical groups and turn independent doctors into employees, which has lead to a lot of unrest in the healthcare business world.  While the jury is still out, many believe that this trend is not good for the patient community, and is a leading cause of skyrocketing health-care costs.

In this episode, Mike DeVries talks with Marni Jameson, the executive director of the Association of Independent Doctors (AID),  Joining Mike, on the call, is David Zetter, the lead consultant with Zetter HealthCare.  The three talk about the challenges that face Independent Physicians and what can be done to support doctors in their independent business.

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Mike DeVries is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER ™, Enrolled Agent,  and a Certified Healthcare Business Consultant focusing on helping healthcare professionals. If you would like to learn more about becoming a client, contact Mike at www.vmde.com.

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One thought on “Giving Doctors a Voice and Patients a Choice [Podcast]

  1. “Mike, I also think physicians and physician practices should remain independent. Based on what I’ve seen, it enhances the physician’s satisfaction and improves patient care.” – Dr. Don Brooks