Doctors who work for pre-negotiated rates are not “enslaved” by anyone.
Bunch of stuff here to be clarified, I think.
Joseph Keene

Doctors who work for pre-negotiated rates issued by a national government have zero negotiating power and are in fact, slaves of the state, especially when reimbursements for the best, and the poorest doctor are the same. In the UK and other countries, many doctors are directly employed by the state, and have even less power to negotiate. And as I said, one of the things that troubles me is that the sole reason those doctors are paid below market salaries is for the state to gain support from the rest of the populace whose income is NOT controlled by said government.

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