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The problem with U.S. healthcare isn't a shortage of doctors

By Harvard Business Review  
   March 17, 2020

The coronavirus epidemic is increasing demands on health care’s frontline, primary care physicians. Even before the outbreak emerged, conventional wisdom held that we’re facing a PCP shortage. Quartz this July warned of a “devastating” doctor shortage poised to strike America.

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