Private practice loses appeal for some cardiologists

02/20/2012 | FoxNews.com

The high costs of running a private practice, coupled with the sluggish economy, are driving some cardiologists out of private practice and into hospitals, heart health experts and hospital leaders say. They lay blame, in part, on the cost of providing care to uninsured patients and to an aging population.

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