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AETNA making decisions instead of doctors?

Who makes decisions on how to perform medical procedures, doctors or HMO's? This piece about AETNA demonstrates that doctors have to fight the HMO's to have the power to make the right decisions for their patients. Will this kind of situation ever be resolved unless this country takes the profit out of healthcare?

–Suzanne Verderber


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