A Doctor’s Declaration of Independence

Check this link out entitled “A Doctor’s Declaration of Independence; It’s time to defy health-care mandates issued by bureaucrats not in the healing profession.”  If you don’t want to read the article in its entirety, here are the key points that Dr. Daniel Craviotto mentioned in yesterday’s Wall Street Journal article.

Some of the disappointments in medicine today that he mentioned are as follow:

  • Burden of mandated electronic-record by Medicare and Medicaid Services for participating in their plans and for reimbursements
  • Significant Decline in Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement rates
  • Time consuming board recertification in the various medical specialties
  • Outside interference, and unnecessary scrutiny and coercion from outside forces


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