Primary-care providers a pivotal issue in health care reform

06/22/2009 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

A pivotal issue in health care reform is the idea that providing health insurance to 46 million-plus uninsured would overwhelm a primary-care system already seriously short on practitioners. Experts say an expanded role for nurse practitioners, greater use of community health centers, and changes to medical education and provider compensation are needed to address the shortage.

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