Federal lawmakers reintroduce bill to address doctor shortage

03/19/2013 | Washington Times, The

Three senators and two representatives have reintroduced legislation that would increase the number of government-funded residency positions at training hospitals in an attempt to address the predicted shortage of primary care physicians. The measures would add 15,000 new slots over five years and address Medicare's current cap on the number of these positions at hospitals.

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