Consolidation of doctors' practices might help patients

12/24/2009 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Patients might benefit from consolidation of physicians' practices that creates larger medical groups. Large medical groups tend to have more money than smaller or solo practices, allowing improvement to infrastructure and an upgrade to electronic medical records. They might also offer increased access to care.

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