How Can We Remedy the Shortage of Health Care Providers?

"Many factors influence projections about the size of the health provider workforce, which have swung widely over past decades. How best to assess that workforce, from average wait times for appointments to number of physicians per population (both of which vary geographically and by specialty), is still an open question." Read the full commentary in the Boston Globe

https://www.bostonglobe.com/opinion/2018/02/26/how-can-remedy-shortage-health-providers/2qHhUHXOQcdgoNsdOIuzEO/story.html


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