While the rest of the country awaits the U.S. Supreme Court's decision on the Affordable Care Act and the future of health care costs, the residents of Rushville, Ill., have much less to worry about when its comes to the cost of a visit to their local doctor. Russell Dohner, the town's doctor since 1955, charges his patients just $5 -- not for a co-pay but for the entire cost of the doctor visit, according to KSDK News. The low price isn't the only thing at Dohner's office that's remained constant for decades. The office hasn't been remodeled, nurses haven't been replaced and staff members haven't ditched their old-school method of writing medical records on index cards in favor of more modern technology.
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