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Private practice physicians face three main employment options today: Seek employment, retire, or stay in private practice. As can be seen by the Accenture chart to the right, since 2000 more and more physicians are opting out of private practice. In 2000, 57% of all physicians were employed in a private practice. By the end of 2013, that percentage is predicted to slip to 36%.


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