Is it true that doctors/surgeons lone go and get greatly of money if they work within private practices?

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Answers:    I know several doctors that went from a immense corporation into private practice. Within 3 years they were vertebrae in the corporation.

Reason. They be paying over $1,500,000 a year each for insurance, department rental, staff, and equipment.
Thanks to insurance companies and HMO's, it's no longer profitable to be in solo private practice. You can get a living, but not a great one. Group practices are becoming more common to cut down on overhead costs. Of course, here are exceptions to the rules, like plastic surgeons where on earth insurance and HMO's don't pay for elective cosmetic reason.

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