Take a look at the long NY Times article about how a Louisville clinic is racing to adapt to the new health care changes. It should make you sick. It starts out explaining how a MBA is hired to “coach” and help the nonprofit clinic adapt to the demands of the federal health care changes. He doesn’t cost much, I bet. He is just another Administribble who produces nothing and yet takes from the system. Anyway, here are some more highlights that will curl your genital hair even more:
- They expect that their patient load could double, even as they struggle to recruit doctors and other staff members.
- Doctors working full time at Family Health Centers earn about $127,000 a year, far less than many of their counterparts in private practice.
- In the last year alone, the clinics lost five doctors, including one who moved, one who retired and one who took a higher-paying job at a hospital. Nurse practitioners are filling the void. They now make up 60 percent of the medical staff at the seven clinics, and their role will continue to grow.
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