Physician survey looks at work force, practice issues

02/11/2010 | American Medical News (subscription required)

A survey of 9,000 primary care doctors, including pediatricians and internal medicine physicians, is expected to offer insights on work force and practice issues to determine whether there are enough primary care physicians to handle the nation's needs. The survey will ask about the impact of the recession, physician work hours, staff hiring, readiness for medical homes and electronic medical records.

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