Pa. physicians dissatisfied
NEWS IN BRIEF — Posted Aug. 2, 2004
Nearly 40% of more than 800 Pennsylvania high-risk physician specialists surveyed said they were dissatisfied with the practice of medicine, according to a new study from the Pew Charitable Trusts Project on Medical Liability in Pennsylvania.
Among the specialists who took part in the study, "Caring for Patients in a Malpractice Crisis: Physician Satisfaction and Quality of Care":
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