California has one week. If the state budget is not passed by the constitutional deadline of June 15, health care providers like us will soon begin to experience a delay in payments. This will make things difficult on the clinics and potentially devastating for the fragile population that depends on our services.
Author: David Quackenbush
Some say that lifting California’s ban on hospitals hiring doctors directly would help limit the shortage of physicians in rural and inner city areas. But the idea would actually make things worse.