Poll looks at physician views on patient care

09/27/2011 | United Press International

A survey by the American Medical Association Physician Masterfile revealed that 42% of primary care providers believe their patients receive too much medical care, while 52% think the amount of care was sufficient and 6% said their patients get too little health care. Researchers also found that 28% of respondents said they personally practice more aggressively than they would like, while another 29% believe other local practitioners were practicing too aggressively.

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