Minn. task force suggests solutions to physician shortage

11/13/2013 | KAAL-TV (Austin, Minn.)

Better incentives for primary care physicians, more funding for medical residency spots and keeping retired doctors on-call are among solutions to the physician shortage proposed during the Minnesota Medical Association's Primary Care Physician Workforce Summit. Jeremy Springer, chairman of the Primary Care Physician Workforce Expansion Advisory Task Force, said patients also must prepare for a new team-based care model that will allow physicians to see more patients.

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