Will Self-Employed Physicians Continue Seeing Medicare/Medicaid Patients? 4 Statistics
The report includes responses from more than 24,000 physicians in 25 specialties.
When asked if they would stop taking Medicare or Medicaid patients, respondents reported the following:
• I have not yet decided — 25 percent
• I will continue taking new and current Medicare/Medicaid patients — 57 percent
• I plan to stop taking current Medicare/Medicaid patients — 3 percent
• I plan to stop taking new Medicare/Medicaid patients — 15 percent
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