Rita Rubin

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Sixty-five million Americans already live where there's a shortage of primary care doctors, and healthcare reform will provide insurance for 34 million more.

Healthcare Reform: Innovations Address Shortage of Doctors

Sixty-five million Americans already live where there's a shortage of primary care doctors, and healthcare reform will provide insurance for 34 million more.

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Already, there are not enough doctors. When 34 million additional people become insured, the doctor supply will be overwhelmed by patient demand.

Healthcare Reform: Innovations Address Shortage of Doctors

Already, there are not enough doctors. When 34 million additional people become insured, the doctor supply will be overwhelmed by patient demand.

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