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Rural practices may be more open to accepting patients

Free care! Says White House spokesperson

Death. It needs to be brought up more, says a recent white paper

News on the “Rationer-in-Chief

Left to right news to round out the week…

Are docs joining Facebook?

Patricia A. Costante, Chairman and CEO of MDAdvantage Insurance Company, has a few ideas on how to solve the physician shortage in New Jersey.

A Time’s editorial says even doctors should mind their manners – for the sake of patient safety

Could patients monitor their blood pressure from home?

An “Opt-out” petition on healthcare reform got tens of thousands of signatures, but was it enough to place a proposed state amendment?

A primary care physician (and American College of Physicians President) pens his take on Medicare payment reform

One insurer’s rate hikes won’t be as drastic as anticipated

The New York Times profiles one medical practice’s unique, customer-centric approach to wait times.

The battle in the courts over healthcare reform has begun.

Another “healthcare reform is getting more popular” article

Um, no, it’s not

Investors are looking for ways to take cost out of the system. Good luck with that.

President Obama is warning insurers not to raise premiums

Kathryn Stone wonders how many physicians are using Electronic Medical Records (EMR)?

Physicians don’t like proposed tiered pricing from insurers

Shot in the arm. Could federal grants boost primacy care doc numbers?

Polling numbers improve for healthcare reform

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