Elise Leonard seems like the kind of doctor everyone wishes they had. The attractive, mid-fortyish Plantation ophthalmologist is friendly, listens well, and likes to spend time with patients, evaluating their health. But behind her courteous professional demeanor is a growing frustration that her income, like that of many doctors, is declining -- even though she's treating more patients than ever. "All our years of work are not being compensated properly," she says, blaming Medicare and managed care insurers for... More >>>