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<b>Dr. Lewis Weiner</b> checks patient Mary Tarski during a recent follow-up visit. Weiner has cared for Tarski for the past 15 years.
PBN photo/Stephanie Ewens

Dr. Lewis Weiner checks patient Mary Tarski during a recent follow-up visit. Weiner has cared for Tarski for the past 15 years.
‘Patient-financed’ care now being offered It’s all about time, doctors say. In today’s health care market, insurers pay primary care physicians too little, so they are forced to cram more and more patients into their schedules and see each one for a shorter time. A new type of medical practice in Rhode Island is rejecting…

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