Shortages, low pay bode ill for future of primary care
Whether there’s truly a shortage of physicians in some specialties is a matter of considerable debate. But in primary care, shortages—or, at the very least, misdistributions—abound.
There are numerous reasons for the relative dearth of residents entering primary care in general and family practice in particular, but ultimately, it comes down to compensation, say experts.
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