Primary care shortage could get worse with health reform

The shortage of primary care providers in the U.S. could get worse as more people begin to receive coverage as a result of health care reforms. To address this problem, experts suggest revising the pay rates for primary care providers, lifting caps on government-funded residency training slots and implementing medical liability reform.

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