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    Daniel D’Auria MD

    For those of us who have sold our practices to hospitals and find ourselves on the streets at the time of second contract signing the burden of returning to any form of practice can be daunting if not impossible. It has become common place and hospitals frequently contort the story blaming the physician. They simply replace the older, more costly physician with younger, cheaper help. For some of us the hospital staff comprises the overwhelming portion of our social structure. Hospitals then do more damage by forcing employees to isolate the physician and prohibit contact. It ultimately becomes a cruel and emotionally devastating process fir which these institutions should be held accountable. Having just experienced this myself, my heart goes out to others in the same position.


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