Physician numbers at odds in Maryland
Gazette.net, February 7, 2008
A recent report detailing physician shortages in Maryland is flawed and misleading, according to representatives from CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield. Rather than a shortage, Maryland enjoys an adequate supply of physicians, fourth best in the United States, said Henry Miller, who represented CareFirst during a meeting of a state healthcare panel. Miller then came under fire by members of the Maryland Governor's Task Force on Health Care Access and Reimbursement for his assessment.
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