New York Times off mark: Physicians not to blame for skyrocketing health care costs


A recent article in The New York Times, titled "Patients' Costs Skyrocket; Specialists' Income Soars," puts the blame of health care costs on the backs of medical specialists. Many doctors say the article is misleading, full of bias and fails to give readers a complete or accurate view of how medical costs are broken down, where the real expenses lie and how specialists' charges are less than 7% of the nation's total medical bill.

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