Supporting foreign-educated providers may ease shortages, researchers argue

11/5/2013 | Modern Healthcare (free registration)

Nearly 26% of physicians in the U.S. are graduates of international medical schools, and up to one-quarter of direct-care workers were born in other countries, according to a report in Health Affairs. The researchers argue that allowing foreign-born providers to gain legal permanent residence and promoting the immigration of direct-care workers may help ease shortages in underserved U.S. communities.

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