TITLE

Lost Docs

AUTHOR(S)
Tobis, Fredric
PUB. DATE
August 2003
SOURCE
Click (1532-0391);Aug2003, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article discusses problems facing health care today. Much attention is paid to the problems of the uninsured, financial assistance to allow Medicare recipients' to buy medication and the overall escalating cost of health care. Physicians, as a group, are suffering from situational anxiety and depression. While most programs train physicians well in dealing with the traditional stresses of medicine, they offer either an inadequate amount of training or no training whatsoever in coping with the new stresses inherent in the transitional health care environment of managed care.
ACCESSION #
14727551

 

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