About this episode
When considering proposed reforms of the US health care system, some physicians dismiss a single-payer system that would provide health care for all residents, as they believe their incomes would be reduced. In a recent study, Daniel Bryant, M.D., finds that state-based single-payer schemes may actually lead to increased personal incomes for physicians. His work also provides a template for evaluating the financial consequences for physicians within a single-payer health care system.
Original Article Reference
This Audio is a summary of the paper ‘Single-payer Health Care: Financial Implications for a Physician,’ in the International Journal of Health Services, doi.org/10.1177/00207314221096364
For further information, you can connect with Daniel Bryant, M.D., at [email protected]
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