Overworked doctors opt for more time with fewer patients

Overworked primary care physicians are trading their solo practices for group and hospital positions or adopting models that allow them to limit patient volume. They say the trade-off is seeing fewer patients but spending more time with those they do care for, resulting in a manageable professional and personal balance.

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