Lack of primary care physicians may derail healthcare reform initiative
American Academy of Family Physicians, January 31, 2008
Since its inception, the Massachusetts Health Care Reform Plan has dramatically reduced the number of uninsured residents in the state. The plan, however, has created a growing demand for primary healthcare services that cannot be met with the state's existing supply of primary care physicians, say state officials.
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