Primary care shortage key hurdle for reform

09/14/2009 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

A key hurdle for health reform is finding enough primary care providers to handle an extra 50 million or so newly insured patients. Loan repayment programs, a team-based approach to care that incorporates nurse practitioners and other health care providers, and increasing primary care salaries are some of the efforts aimed at bolstering primary care.

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