Investors Business Daily: “When we said nearly half of U.S. doctors might close their practices or retire early rather than live under the Democrats’ health overhaul, we were heavily criticized. . . . Four in nine doctors responding to an IBD/TIPP poll sent out in August 2009 said they ‘would consider leaving their practice or taking an early retirement’ if Congress passed what has become known as ObamaCare. . . . Now a Merritt Hawkins survey of 2,379 doctors for the Physicians Foundation completed in August has vindicated our poll. It found that 40% of doctors said they would ‘retire, seek a nonclinical job in health care, or seek a job or business unrelated to health care’ over the next three years as the overhaul is phased in.
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