Reimbursement Pressure: Will Gastroenterologists Stop Accepting Medicare & Medicaid Patients?
• Self-employed gastroenterologists: 29 percent
• Employed gastroenterologists: 32 percent
Continue to take new and current patients
• Self-employed gastroenterologists: 60 percent
• Employed gastroenterologists: 63 percent
Stop taking current
• Self-employed gastroenterologists: 1 percent
• Employed gastroenterologists: 1 percent
Stop taking new
• Self-employed gastroenterologists: 10 percent
• Employed gastroenterologists: 4 percent
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