In particular, he discusses three ways in which government control will hamper physicians' incentives to provide good clinical care:
1) Accountable care organizations and bundled paymentsThe common thread in all these is that central planners in Washington can best manage how doctors "in the trenches" can and should treat patients.
2) Pushing doctors to become salaried employees of large healthcare systems
3) An explicit cap on Medicare spending
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