Should doctors work for hospitals?

The Atlantic, May 28, 2014
Hospitals are buying up medical practices at a feverish pace. According to data from the American Hospital Association, the number of physicians employed by hospitals grew by 34 percent between 2000 and 2010, and the pace shows no signs of slackening. In reviewing its data for the past decade, a large physician recruiting firm found that in 2004 only 11 percent of physician searches were conducted by hospitals, but by 2013 that figure had risen to 63 percent. There are a number of reasons hospitals want to employ physicians. A major aim is to funnel patients to the hospital's facilities.

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