Will Physicians Be Dropped From Managed Care Networks?

Insurers are dropping thousands of physicians from their managed care networks. For the physicians allowed to stay, reimbursement rates may be cut so much that they will wonder whether being dropped was the better outcome.

4 comments on "Will Physicians Be Dropped From Managed Care Networks?"
F.H. Netter (2/17/2014 at 4:42 PM)

This is just one more reason the for-profit health insurance system must go. We need single payer and we need it yesterday.
Barbara Ryan (1/23/2014 at 8:09 PM)

Insurers only have to "rein in costs" in order to maintain (or grow) their profit margins. Insurers have been decreasing payments to providers while increasing charges to those they insure for a long time. Obamacare is only the tip of the iceberg of making medical care accessible and affordable[INVALID]insurance industry reform and regulation is also critical.
Doyle (1/23/2014 at 4:48 PM)

Looks like some high quality physicians will draw the higher income patients. Ones that can afford out of network fees. That would be different
Walter L Reisner (1/23/2014 at 10:31 AM)

And this is good for whom???? We need to get rid of Obama and all of his cronies That is why we have elections


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