New York doctors are giving Obamacare a big thumbs down, according to a new New York State Medical Society survey of 409 doctors.
The New York Post reports that nearly half -- 44 percent -- said they will not participate in the health care exchanges. Thirty-three percent said they haven't decided yet. And only 23 percent said they will accept patients through Obamacare.
Of those doctors who are taking part, 75 percent said they don't have a choice because of current contracts with medical providers and insurers.
Among the concerns the doctors cited about Obamacare are how to handle the flood of new patients coming through the exchanges and a lack of information on how much they'll be paid for their services.