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America's aging population is leading to a doctor shortage crisis

   September 09, 2019

As America’s population ages and demand outpaces supply, a physician shortage will intensify. The U.S. is expected to see a shortage of 46,900 to 121,900 physicians by 2032 in primary and specialty care. Americans are living longer and requiring more care later into life, and doctors themselves are aging out of the profession.

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