What Does “Affordable Care” Mean to You, Doctor?

September 30, 2013

You have a platform here to share with your colleagues your hopes and concerns about the impact of the Affordable Care Act on your practice.

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We’d like to hear from you about what you think the impact of this Act will be on your practice.

Do you think it will fall short of-or meet-the goal of creating parity for mental health coverage?

And closer to home . . . Will it affect your patient load? Affect your work hours or income? Will it change the way you run your office or the need for office staff? Will patient care be affected for better-or for worse?

You have a platform here to share with your colleagues your hopes and concerns. We invite you to leave your comments below.