Mich. doctors optimistic about health care as a profession

03/19/2012 | Crain's Detroit Business (free registration)

Data from the 2012 Future of Health Care Survey showed that 53% of Michigan physicians said they would recommend the health care profession, a rate far higher than the rest of the U.S., where only 11% of physicians said so. Researchers also found Michigan doctors were twice as optimistic as their peers nationally, said Dr. Steven Newman, president of the Michigan State Medical Society.

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