Why the headlines are wrong about physician shortages
November 9th, 2021
33 mins 28 secs
About this Episode
There's been plenty of talk about the shortage of nurses in the United States, but is there—or will there be—a shortage of physicians as well? In this episode, Rachel Woods sits down with Advisory Board's Sarah Hostetter and Daniel Kuzmanovich to talk about the misconception that the United States is facing a physician shortage and what the state of the physician workforce actually is.
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- The future of primary care
- The Problem with U.S. Health Care Isn’t a Shortage of Doctors
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