According to this article, costs of updating medical practices are driving some clinics out of business, as many of these expenses are not reimbursible under traditional insurance contracts.
Is the system is truly unfair to doctors, or should some practices fail no matter how great the industry is? After all, no industry has a zero failure rate and most doctors are quite rich. Should medical schools offer courses in business management, in addition to medicine? If a doctor is great at treating patients but is horrible at business, should there be a system to recruit these guys so their skills don’t go to waste?