Health reform may lead physicians to delegate duties

08/24/2010 | Denver Post, The

Health reform may result in physicians adopting supervisory roles for larger staffs of nurse practitioners, physician assistants and other providers, experts said. With millions more insured patients expected to seek care, physicians will have to delegate more of their primary care responsibilities to other providers to help manage costs and balance increased workloads.

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