Patients Willing to Ditch Doctors to Save Money

We patients tend to be stubbornly loyal to our trusted physicians. We respect their experience and seek their advice. Unless we can save a few bucks by switching doctors. Then some of us are out the door before the receptionist can tell us to have a seat. In a new poll of 713 people, as many as 1 in 3 say they’d rather pay less for their health plan, even if it meant swapping doctors. Half of those who’d make …