Creative options ease effects of PCP shortage

08/16/2010 | USA Today

Innovative programs that use telemedicine, shared appointments and nurse practitioners are helping ease a shortage of U.S. primary care physicians. Primary care in the future also may include more physicians who limit patient loads and charge a retainer fee so they can give patients more time and attention.

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