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Cardiologist Speaks From The Heart About America’s Medical System
National Public Radio

As a young doctor working at a teaching hospital, Sandeep Jauhar was having trouble making ends meet. So, like other academic physicians, he took a job moonlighting at a private practice, the offices of a cardiologist. He noticed that the offices were quick to order expensive tests for their patients — even when they seemed unnecessary.

It was “made very clear from the beginning” that seeing patients alone was not financially rewarding for the business, he says.

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