More primary care providers are needed to meet Medicaid demands

04/28/2011 | Modern Physician (free registration)

A survey by the Kaiser Family Foundation and the Center for Studying Health System Change found that only 40% of responding physicians will be able to accept more Medicaid patients in the coming years. The increasing demand for primary care among Medicaid beneficiaries, due in part to changes under the health care law, will require recruiting more providers, experts say.

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