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Great American Physician Survey

Survey Says Docs Dislike Gov’t Intrusion

In this year's Great American Physician Survey, 72 percent of physicians found the profession more stressful and less lucrative than in previous years, and a strong majority said they are concerned about the direction that healthcare is headed. Here's what else they had to say.

ALSO: Physicians are alarmed about the sharp rise in costs to treat their patients, in large part blaming high deductible health plans. Read The Rising Cost of Patient Care.

Great American Physician Survey

If you're starting to feel physically ill over the 2016 Presidential election and are worried about who will win, one physician knows what you have.

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Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton? Many physicians are having a hard time picking either and healthcare isn't the reason why.

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The 2016 Great American Physician Survey tells us that physicians still like being physicians, even if the job is more stressful and less lucrative.

The complete results to this year's Great American Physician Survey and more, revealing just where physicians stand with the profession of medicine in 2016.

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Direct primary care practices are growing in popularity, according to this year's GAP Survey. Why is that the case?

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You've seen Trump vs Clinton. The Pearls podcast looks at another debate: Should the Affordable Care Act be repealed or not?

The Great American Physician Survey reveals that doctors find their profession more stressful and less lucrative than in the past.

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