Vance Harris, MD

Family practice physician

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Family practice physician based in Redding, California and regular contributor to SERMO.com, a private, physicians-only online community

Vance Harris, MD on KCRW

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.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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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Today, millions of Americans still can't afford healthcare, as witnessed recently by the long lines of people  hoping to see a doctor or dentist  at the Los Angeles Forum, care…

Concierge Doctors: Primary Care and the Well-to-Do

Today, millions of Americans still can't afford healthcare, as witnessed recently by the long lines of people hoping to see a doctor or dentist at the Los Angeles Forum, care…

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